‘…then there will be death and destruction’: Donald Trump warns amidst investigation in bribery case, appeals to supporters – Trump Warns Of ‘potential Death And Destruction’ If He Is Charged


Donald Trump (file photo)

Donald Trump (file photo)
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Former US President Donald Trump has warned that it would lead to “potential death and destruction” if he is convicted of paying adult film star Stormy Daniels. Let us tell you that in 2016, on behalf of Trump’s personal lawyer, there is an investigation in New York in the matter of bribing a porn star.

Trump made this comment on Friday at a time when he claimed about a week ago that he would be arrested in this case. In such a situation, he had asked his supporters to be ready for the demonstration.

Former President said – it is known to everyone that no crime was committed

He said, “What kind of person can accuse another person, in this case a former President of America who has now got more votes than any President in history and in the year 2024 is being accused.” is the leading candidate (so far!) for the Republican Party nomination for election.” He said, “It is known to all that no crime has been committed and it is also known that such a false allegation with potential death and destruction could be fatal to our country?” Trump said this on his Truth social platform on Friday.

Trump has been commenting on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg

Meanwhile, the former president, who is seeking re-election to the White House in 2024, has repeatedly rebuked Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Bragg is overseeing the investigation into paying porn stars as a prosecutor. Hours before making the latest statement, Trump posted an article with an image showing the former president holding a baseball bat on one side and Bragg on the other.

Supporters attacked the US Capitol after Trump’s defeat in the presidential election

On January 6, 2021, a mob of Trump supporters attacked the US Capitol to try to prevent the confirmation of Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election. More than two years after the incident, the former president is once again seen calling for fiery rhetoric and protests. The latest developments have again raised fears of political violence in the US.

Meanwhile, US media reports quoted law enforcement officials as saying on Friday that Bragg’s office had received a letter containing white powder and a threatening message. The message read, “Alvin: I’m going to kill you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” US media outlets later quoted a spokesman for Alvin’s office as saying that the letter was immediately taken into possession and that law enforcement officials determined it posed no threat.

Meanwhile, Democratic lawmaker Ted Lieu wrote on Twitter on Friday, “If you still support Donald Trump, you are supporting a man who has called for anarchy and violence and continues to do so.” Is.”