Trump Says Charges 'Should be Dropped

Trump Says Charges 'Should be Dropped" Against him by 'Failed District Attorney'

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
April 5, 2023

Soon after returning home to Mar-a-Lago, President Donald Trump (R) held a press conference to discuss his recent indictment. During the press conference, Trump shared that the indictment is an attack against Americans.

President Trump did not mince any words, lashing out at everyone from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to President Joe Biden (D). Trump said that Bragg, who is leading the charge against him, is leading a politically motivated effort against him in order to sway the upcoming 2024 election.

"It should be dropped immediately," Trump suggested, questioning why nobody is investigating President Biden, Hunter Biden, and Hunter's laptop.

“The only crime I have committed is to fearlessly defend this nation from those who seek to destroy it,” Trump admitted.

Trump questioned why there was no investigation into classified documents that President Biden took with him when he was Vice President of the United States, admitting that "they don't follow the law, which has many severe penalties."

"Our justice system has become lawless," Trump warned, saying that Democrats are using the justice system "to win elections."

President Trump's indictment has divided the country and Americans as Republicans have rushed to Trump's defense while Democrats have celebrated the indictment. In response to the several investigations against him, Trump denounced them, saying that "there is no case."

Calling Bragg a "local failed District Attorney," Trump criticized Bragg and his team, saying that officials like him have ruined New York, which has become a state that he doesn't recognize.

"The USA is a mess," Trump warned, accusing the Biden administration of causing more destruction to the country than the destruction of "the 5 worst presidents of the United States" added up.

Trump reaffirmed that he intends on continuing his race to the White House, arguing that the election was stolen, and that his administration will "Make America Great Again."

If convicted, Trump faces a maximum sentence of 136 years in prison.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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