Trump on Manhattan DA probe: ‘I think they’ve already dropped the case’

2D804G6 US President Donald Trump arrives at the White House aboard Marine One after a weekend trip to Bedminster, New Jersey on July 7, 2019 in Washington, DC. Credit: Alex Edelman/The Photo Access

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President Donald Trump exuded confidence this past weekend when discussing the Manhattan district attorney’s relentless investigation into the age-old Stormy Daniels case, which just a few weeks ago seemed on track to deliver a looming indictment to the 45th president.

In comments made to the press last Saturday evening on Trump Force One, the president responded to the question of whether he would condone “violence” with respect to the Jan. 6 protestors, noting the frustration of American voters and the “weaponization” of the justice system.

“Well, I will say this: No, I don’t like violence and I’m not for violence at all,” Trump said. “But a lot of people are upset. And you know, they rigged an election, they stole an election. They spied on my campaign. They did many bad things. They did a fake dossier. Mueller was bad news.”

He added that in regard to the Manhattan DA’s investigation, “I have no idea what’s going to happen. But I can tell you that they have no case, so I think…I think they’ve already dropped the case, from what I understand. I think it’s been dropped. But I believe that if anything ever happened with the case that’s a fake case – it’s a fake case. They have absolutely nothing. They have it in reverse.”

He also noted that millions of Americans were “very angry at the weaponization, and there’s never been weaponization like that, like what’s going on.”

President Trump’s comments were made just after he delivered remarks to MAGA supporters at a packed rally in Waco, Texas. As reported by RSBN, Trump remarked that there were “25,000 plus” people in attendance at the Waco Regional Airport, where the event was held.

“You know there’s never been anything like it in history,” he said. “If Ronald Reagan came back from the dead, which would be very nice, actually, or a popular politician, you would have 300-400 people. Ron DeSanctimonious had 179. So far that’s been his biggest crowd in Iowa – he had 179 people.”

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