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Trump Suggests he Could Fly ‘Far Away’ to Russia And Live With Putin to Escape Legal Troubles



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After his bail was set at $200,000 in relation to the Georgia case involving his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results, Former President Donald Trump made a jest about the possibility of fleeing Russia to escape his legal predicament. In a post on his Truth Social platform on Tuesday, Trump commented that Fulton County’s District Attorney Fani Willis (D), who is overseeing the case, appeared to consider him a flight risk due to her insistence on setting a bond.

“I assume, therefore, that she thought I was a ‘flight’ risk – I’d fly far away, maybe to Russia, Russia, Russia, share a gold domed suite with Vladimir, never to be seen or heard from again,” Trump humorously remarked, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Would I be able to take my very ‘understated’ airplane with the gold TRUMP affixed for all to see. Probably not, I’d be much better off flying commercial – I’m sure nobody would recognize me!”

Donald Trump statement about seeking refuge in Russia. (Screenshot)

Donald Trump statement about seeking refuge in Russia. (Screenshot)

Trump is scheduled to surrender himself to authorities on Thursday in Fulton County, where he faces 13 charges, including racketeering, conspiracy to commit forgery, and solicitation of a public officer to violate their oath.

Throughout this case and the three others he is confronting in different jurisdictions, he has consistently maintained his innocence and denounced all allegations as politically motivated.

Trump’s online statement follows a court directive that he must refrain from intimidating his 18 co-defendants or any witnesses, including through social media posts, and that he cannot directly contact any co-defendant or witness except through their legal representatives.

“The Defendant shall perform no act to intimidate any person known to him or her to be a codefendant or witness in this case or to otherwise obstruct the administration of justice,” the order states.

The court order outlines more specific restrictions for Trump compared to the other defendants, encompassing any form of indirect threats as well.

All 19 defendants implicated in the case are required to surrender themselves by noon on Friday.


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