Trump calls out federal corruption: ‘They should be prosecuted for MISCONDUCT’

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump hit back at federal corruption this week on Truth Social, slamming the DOJ for its “Crooked Election Interference” as special prosecutor Jack Smith continues to take legal aim at the 45th president.

He wrote, “The Crooked Election Interference ‘Thugs’ from the DOJ, headed by the worst Thug of them all, Deranged Jack Smith, are now admitting that the Mar-a-Lago Security Tapes were NOT DELETED.”

In late July, The Hill reported that the DOJ had accused President Trump of trying to “delete” security footage from Mar-a-Lago with a co-conspirator, adding several charges to his indictment count in the classified documents case.

Trump continued, “That’s not what they were illegally leaking to the press. These guys should be prosecuted for MISCONDUCT.”

The president pointed out that, duplicitously, Joe Biden has been caught storing allegedly classified documents in several locations.

Biden additionally admitted to storing classified materials in the garage of his home in Wilmington, Delaware, alongside his Corvette.

Trump continued, “Also, whatever happened to Crooked Joe’s Documents? Where are the ones he sent and stored in Chinatown? Is Deranged Jack going to Indict him for this and, at the same time, receiving BRIBES FROM CHINA?”

Trump’s comments about Biden’s “BRIBES” come amid the House Oversight Committee’s bombshell testimony from former Hunter Biden associate and friend Devon Archer, who gave a damning account of Joe Biden’s alleged close involvement in the Biden family’s foreign business dealings, which Archer described as a “brand.’

In the classified documents case that Trump is facing, he was initially arraigned on 37 charges related to the alleged “mishandling” of so-called “classified” documents that were seized by the FBI when they raided the president’s home.

According to The Hill, the total charges in that case have now risen to 40.

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