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Trump’s Social Media Rant Fuels Speculation of Criminal Charges in Georgia Election Probe



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Former President Donald Trump has ignited widespread speculation by suggesting in a social media outburst that he is anticipating criminal charges in the ongoing Georgia election tampering probe. In a post on Truth Social, Trump claimed that “all charges against me” in the high-profile case will be dropped due to lack of evidence, despite no official announcement of any charges to date.

The investigation, which has been underway in Fulton County since February 2021, centers around allegations that Trump pressured top Georgia officials to manipulate the 2020 election results in his favor. In response to mounting scrutiny, Trump defiantly defended his controversial call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, insisting it was “perfectly legal.”

“I made a PERFECTLY LEGAL PHONE CALL, AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, ABOUT AN ELECTION THAT I STRONGLY FEEL WAS RIGGED AND STOLEN,” Trump wrote on social media. He further contended that “NONE of the MANY LAWYERS on the call minded my words, or even hinted at wrongdoing.”

Trump’s rant have triggered speculation about whether Trump is already facing charges in Fulton County or has received information suggesting imminent charges.

Notable commentators, including Ron Filipkowski, took to Twitter to weigh in on the matter.

“This makes me think that he, or his lawyers, were told something. Maybe not, but this seems rather random for him to make this prediction today,” Filipkowski mused.

Amidst this speculation, another significant development has surfaced, adding to Trump’s legal woes. Michael Roman, the former director of Election Day operations for Trump’s 2020 campaign, has reportedly reached a cooperation agreement with the Justice Department. This agreement suggests Roman’s potential willingness to testify in the federal special counsel investigation probing Trump’s alleged election meddling.


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