DONALD Trump plans revenge on the ten Republicans who voted to indict him when he faces a possible criminal investigation in Georgia.
The president was reportedly briefed by aides Wednesday afternoon when he was planning political punishment for GOP members who stand up for the Democrats.
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Meanwhile, Georgia prosecutors are reported to be preparing to launch a criminal investigation into Trump to dismiss the results of the 2020 election.
Trump faces a chaotic final day of office before Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20 after his efforts to secure a second term failed and what appeared to be the capitol riot.
The legal challenges against him are mounting after he claimed for months – without evidence – that the election was stolen from him in a lavish conspiracy in several states with hundreds of thousands of votes.
However, the president remains defiant until the end as it is reported that he will leave Washington DC with a grand farewell and refuse to attend Biden’s inauguration.
He might still be withdrawn, but Democrats are still trying to indict him after he leaves office – making him the first president to be tried twice – despite Biden’s calls for the country to be unified.
About ten Republicans voted to indict him, the most who had ever crossed a party line in such a vote, and Trump is now considering how to get back to them, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The breakaway group voted to indict him with a single riot, as critics accused him of putting the mob on the Capitol during the January 6 voting process.
Trump called his aides to brief him on the ten rebels when he wanted to know “if he had ever done anything for them”.
He also asked who could face them if they could be re-elected in two years, as he might try to get them voted out.
Trump is expected to remain a powerful figure in the Republican Party after he managed to garner a huge base of loyal supporters – despite a wave of fresh criticism from GOP grandees following the Capitol uprising.
After the Republicans lose control of the House, Senate and White House, they face the task of rebuilding until mid-term 2022 and the 2024 elections.
It is likely that there will be a split between the more traditional groups and pro-Trump loyalists, with the former reality TV star and his family’s future in the party being determined in the coming months.
At least 17 Republican senators would have to turn against Trump for impeachment trial, and it has been suggested that up to 20 are open to the idea.
The Senate could also prevent Trump from ever holding public office again, which could mitigate his influence within the GOP.
Other potential legal challenges related to his bid to overthrow the election despite having no evidence could also affect his power in 2024.
Trump was focused on Georgia in the final days before Biden’s certification and received widespread criticism after a phone call surfaced trying to pressure election officials to “find” his votes.
Fulton County’s District Attorney Fani Willis is reportedly investigating whether to investigate Trump’s actions, the New York Times reports.
National Guard troops now guard the Washington DC CapitolPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
Michael J. Moore, former United States attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, said, “If you take out the fact that he is the President of the United States and watch the call being carried out, the communications will be followed, that you may lead. ” see in any case of drugs or organized crime
“It’s full of menacing undertones and tactics with strong arms.”
Moore said he believed there had been “a clear attempt to influence the foreign minister’s behavior and commit electoral fraud or solicit the electoral fraud commission”.
It is believed that Georgia could prosecute Trump for incitement to commit election fraud, conspiracy allegations and an offense for obstruction of “electoral duties”.
The offenses could be beyond his pardon if the investigation goes ahead.
New York prosecutors are already pursuing Trump in a criminal fraud investigation into his finances, and it has been suggested that the Biden administration could reanimate Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
The Mueller report suggested ten times that the president may have obstructed the judiciary – but did not recommend criminal charges at the time.
Trump fans stormed the Capitol in violent scenes on January 6thPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
Washington DC and a number of other states have closed their capitals for fear of further violence.
An unprecedented number of National Guard troops were deployed in DC when the FBI issued a warning of “armed protests” in the days leading up to Biden’s inauguration.
Trump called for peace – despite refusing to admit or admit that the election wasn’t rigged – when he blew up violence on Jan. 6.
“I clearly condemn the violence we saw last week,” said Trump.
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“Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement.”
“To make America great again has always been about defending the rule of law, supporting the men and women of law enforcement, and upholding our nation’s most sacred traditions and values.”
Trump has since been banned from Twitter and many other social media platforms as outrage mounts amid allegations that he incited the mob.
There are still appalling details about the violence that killed five people, including one police officer, as the FBI feared it might be an “inside job”.