Donald Trump warns of ‘death and destruction’ days after wrongly predicting arrest IG News

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key points
  • Mr Trump falsely claimed his 2020 defeat was the result of fraud
  • He has denied ever having an affair with Stormy Daniels.
  • The Manhattan grand jury probing Mr Trump will not reconvene until next week.
Former US President Donald Trump has warned of possible “death and destruction” if he faces criminal charges, hours after New York prosecutors probing her sneak money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels said he was not intimidated. Will go
Mr Trump’s Truth on Social Media site early Friday was the latest in a string of verbal attacks on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg since last Saturday, when Mr Trump incorrectly predicted he would be arrested three days later.

Mr Trump falsely claimed that his defeat in 2020 was the result of fraud – a claim that prompted his followers to launch a deadly attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, to force Congress to certify the election of Democratic President Joe Biden. Failed to stop. , who defeated Republican Trump by more than seven million votes.

“What kind of person could accuse another person, in this case a former President of the United States, who received more votes than any sitting President in history, and the leading candidate for the Republican Party nomination (now Tak!), with a crime, when everyone knows that no crime has been committed, and also knows that the potential death and devastation in such a false allegation could be devastating to our country?” wrote Trump, who is seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
Mr Bragg’s office, in a letter to Republican committee chairs in Congress on Thursday, challenged his standing to investigate his office, saying Mr Trump in his Saturday post had “created a false hope that They will be arrested”.
The letter called the chairman’s request for communications, documents and testimony an “unlawful intrusion into New York’s sovereignty.”

Stormy Daniels, an adult film actor and director whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has said she was paid to keep quiet about a sexual encounter she had with Mr Trump in 2006.

Mr Trump has denied ever having an affair with Ms Daniels, and called the payment a “simple private transaction”.
He has said that he has not committed any crime and has called the investigation politically motivated.

The Manhattan grand jury probing Mr Trump will not reconvene until next week.

In other matters, Georgia prosecutors are probing Mr. Trump’s efforts to reverse his election defeat there, and a federal special counsel is investigating his efforts to remove classified documents from the White House and reverse his losses after Mr. Trump left office. Checking efforts.
On Saturday, Mr Trump will hold a campaign rally in Waco, Texas, 30 years after a raid by federal agents on the Branch Davidians religious sect resulted in 86 deaths, including four law-enforcement officers.
The event has become a symbol of the government’s reach for some and a seminal moment for some right-wing extremist groups.

In an email, a campaign spokesman for Mr Trump said Waco was chosen because it is located between several major population centers and has the necessary infrastructure to host a large event.