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Trump Indicted By Federal Grand Jury On 7 Charges

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Trump Indicted By Federal Grand Jury On 7 Charges

Trump Indicted By Federal Grand Jury On 7 Charges

Trump Indicted , By Federal Grand Jury , On 7 Charges.

The charges relate to the mishandling of dozens of classified documents at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in FL.

Former President Donald Trump also received a summons to appear in court earlier in the week.

Trump lashed out at the Biden administration via his social media site Truth Social.

The corrupt Biden Administration has informed my attorneys that I have been Indicted, seemingly over the Boxes Hoax, Donald Trump, Truth Social.

A fund-raising email sent out to Trump supporters also lashed out at the Biden administration.

The Biden-appointed Special Counsel has INDICTED me in yet another witch hunt regarding documents that I had the RIGHT to declassify as President of the United States, Donald Trump Fundraising Email, via NBC News.

While the charges originate from President Joe Biden's Justice Department, Biden stated he has had nothing to do with the investigation.

I have never once, not one single time, suggested to the Justice Department what they should do or not do ... any charges or not bring any charges.

I am honest, President Joe Biden, via NBC News.

Trump emerged via a video posted on Truth Social, denying any wrong-doing.

I’m an innocent person.

I did nothing wrong.

, Donald Trump, Truth Social Video, via NBC News.

And we will fight this out just like we’ve been fighting for seven years.

, Donald Trump, Truth Social Video, via NBC News.

It would be wonderful if we could devote our full time to making America great again, Donald Trump, Truth Social Video, via NBC News.

The charges have important implications for the other GOP 2024 Presidential candidates, including Chris Christie.

Let’s see what the facts are when any possible indictment is released, Chris Christie, GOP Presidential Candidate, via NBC News


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