Trump wonders when he will be ‘fully exonerated’ as DOJ wraps up Pence investigation

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump shared his thoughts on the DOJ’s latest reported move to end their investigation into supposedly classified documents surrendered by former Vice President Mike Pence earlier this year.

“Just announced that they are not going to bring charges against Mike Pence on the document hoax,” Trump wrote.

He continued, “That’s great, but when am I going to be fully exonerated, I’m at least as innocent as he is. And what about Joe Biden, who is hiding at least 1850 boxes, and some located in Chinatown, DC? When will the witch hunt against ‘TRUMP’ stop?”

Pence’s ‘Committed to America’ PAC recently launched

According to The Post Millennial, the DOJ reportedly ended their investigation into Pence’s classified documents that he surrendered from his Indiana home in January. No criminal charges were reportedly filed against Pence.

President Trump has been the subject of an ongoing investigation at the behest of the DOJ since the shocking FBI raid of his home, Mar-a-Lago, in August 2022.

Supposedly, the DOJ was searching for “classified” documents. The continuing probe has been spearheaded by special prosecutor Jack Smith, who was appointed by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Trump has previously referred to Smith as “A highly partisan Trump Hater!”

This news also comes as reports have surfaced that the former vice president will be launching his own 2024 presidential bid next week.

According to Axios, Pence will likely announce his candidacy on June 7, joining a chorus of Republicans who are hoping to challenge President Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican Party presidential nomination.

Per Axios, Pence created the “Committed to America” super PAC ahead of his likely presidential bid, which will aid in raising money and focus on reaching early-voting states and caucus states like New Hampshire and Iowa.

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