‘Ripe for indictment’: Trump warns Biden, confirms Tuesday appearance at D.C. hearing

2D7YG74 U.S. President Donald Trump talks with reporters prior to boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Trump headed to North Carolina on Wednesday, where he hosted a campaign rally. Credit: Alex Edelman/The Photo Access

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President Donald Trump confirmed Monday he will attend an upcoming court hearing regarding his presidential immunity in Washington, D.C., according to Just The News.

The 45th president posted to Truth Social his upcoming plans to attend the hearing and seeks to have a federal election subversion case dismissed due to presidential immunity from the charges, according to NY1. The case in question claims that Trump had allegedly plotted to overturn the 2020 presidential elections, the outlet reported. 

“I will be attending the the Federal Appeals Court Arguments on Presidential Immunity in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday,” Trump stated in his post. “Of course I was entitled, as President of the United States and Commander in Chief, to Immunity. I wasn’t campaigning, the Election was long over.”

The 45th president continued to state that he had been looking for “voter fraud,” which is his “obligation to do” so. Trump additionally continued to note within his social media post that if he is not granted the “immunity,” then “Crooked Joe Biden” will not be granted immunity either, emphasizing accusations brought forward regarding Joe Biden.

“I was looking for voter fraud, and finding it, which is my obligation to do, and otherwise running running our Country. If I don’t get Immunity, then Crooked Joe Biden doesn’t get Immunity, and with the Border Invasion and Afghanistan Surrender, alone, not to mention the Millions of dollars that went into his “pockets” with money from foreign countries, Joe would be ripe for Indictment,” Trump stated. 

In December 2023, the House approved an impeachment inquiry into Biden, with Republicans strongly supporting the move, according to the Associated Press. The 221-212 vote comes after an ongoing investigation by the House Oversight Committee into Biden and his family’s foreign business dealings.

The Tuesday appearance from the 45th president could make it the first of two this week, as he is expected to attend the closing arguments of his New York civil fraud trial on Thursday, NY1 reported.

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