Trump aims to storm Congress

Trump aims to storm Congress

The former President of the United States, Donald Trump, said he has been informed that he is a target of a Justice Department investigation into attempts to alter the 2020 election.

Donald Trump during a speech in Iowa on July 7.

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Trump claims this on his own platform social truth. On Sunday evening, she says, he received a letter from private investigator Jack Smith.

—and he gave me a very short notice of four days to report to a jury, which always means arrest or indictment, Trump wrote in the statement.

We’re talking about the so-called “targeted letter,” which is often sent to people who are about to be indicted by a grand jury in federal criminal cases. Trump received a similar letter from the Department of Justice prior to the indictment in the documents case, CNN writes.

At that time, the indictment came the next day. Trump was charged in June with violating the US Espionage Act because he took classified documents from his presidential term to his residence in Florida. Denies criminal guilt.

– Trump wrote in a post on the Truth Social website. This or anything like this has never happened in our country.

Jack Smith has not commented on the case, and it is not yet clear exactly what actions are being investigated.

The jury investigating the congressional break-in will convene on Tuesday.

After the 2020 election, Trump insisted he won the election and addressed his supporters in Washington, D.C., before storming.

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