Former President Donald Trump asserts that pursuing a political opponent in the presidential realm carries repercussions. He declares that he will now act without restraint.
In a recent post on Truth Social, Trump proclaims that the previous barriers preventing investigations into political adversaries as the U.S. president no longer exist. As he prepares to appear in court in Miami on Tuesday to address an unprecedented federal indictment against a former commander in chief, he outlines his intentions. Trump states that alongside securing the border, eliminating criminal elements that have illegally entered the country, revitalizing America’s energy independence and dominance, and immediately resolving the Russia-Ukraine conflict, he will appoint a genuine special prosecutor to pursue the most corrupt president in U.S. history, Joe Biden, the entire Biden family, and any other individuals involved in undermining our elections, borders, and nation.
Trump’s supporters have commended his administration for refraining from prosecuting his political opponents, despite certain insinuations made against former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the then-2020 presidential candidate Biden.
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former personal attorney, discovered allegations of bribes involving Ukraine while House Democrats pursued various impeachment actions against President Trump. In a brief and rushed press conference on Friday, special counsel Jack Smith announced the historic indictment against a former president. Giuliani criticized Smith’s claim, emphasizing that the legal system applies uniformly to all individuals.
Giuliani, during an interview with Newsmax’s “Saturday Report,” expressed his disbelief at the statement, calling it ridiculous and idiotic. He revealed that the Bidens had received a $10 million bribe from Ukrainian Mykola Zlochevsky, information he had provided to the Department of Justice three years prior. Giuliani claimed that the DOJ failed to act on the evidence he presented, hoping that witnesses would disappear or meet unfortunate circumstances. He described the situation as extraordinary.
Furthermore, Giuliani mentioned that the Pittsburgh attorney general was initially investigating the case until then-Attorney General Bill Barr reassigned it to the U.S. attorney in Delaware, who took no action.