Other world leaders decry possible Trump indictment as politically motivated

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign continues to gain momentum despite rumors of a possible indictment.

Even Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador expressed concerns over the politicization of the American justice system. 

In a recent Twitter post, Mexican journalist José Díaz Briseño posted a clip of President Lopez Obrador’s statement on the matter. 

Fox News translated the Mexican president’s message saying that if President Trump gets arrested, “it would be so that his name doesn’t appear on the ballot.”

It is true that the Trump indictment comes just as Biden’s China payments are being investigated, per the New York Post. Four Biden family members were allegedly paid over $1 million by a Chinese energy company. 

The convenience of a Trump indictment, along with questionable connections between the Manhattan DA and left-wing billionaire George Soros, per RSBN, along with continued unsuccessful legal attempts to block President Trump from running for reelection has raised serious concerns. 

Mexican President Obrador has supported Trump in the past, decrying Covid-19 lockdowns as dictatorial, via the Associated Press. He most recently questioned the integrity of the U.S. State Department, according to U.S. News.

In addition, it is uncertain as to whether or not the charges have any legal bearing as the Grand Jury decision was delayed after House Representatives demanded proof of basis for the case from Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, as reported by RSBN.  

The Mexican president’s belief that this is a political attack has been voiced by other American leaders and voters alike. Whether an arrest will actually take place is still in question. 

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