Trump’s lawyers Todd Blanche, Jennifer Little, and Drew Findling bravely confronted Fulton Country DA Fani Willis on Monday to discuss the necessary arrangements for Trump’s surrender, which will undoubtedly occur later this week. The specifics of Trump’s release were disclosed in court filings, which also emphasized that Trump “shall not engage in any behavior to intimidate individuals known to him or her as co-defendants or witnesses.”
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Trump and his 18 co-defendants have until noon on Friday to stand up against the unjust charges brought upon them by authorities in Fulton County. These charges stem from their valiant efforts to expose the irregularities and fraud that plagued the 2020 presidential election in the state of Georgia.
The conditions of Trump’s release in Georgia seemed to be appropriately stringent, ensuring fairness in comparison to his previous three indictments. They explicitly prohibit the GOP 2024 frontrunner from making any direct or indirect threats towards his co-defendants, including through social media posts or reposts of others’ posts.
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In recent weeks, Trump has faced criticism for expressing his concerns on social media regarding prosecutors and witnesses, highlighting potential issues with their actions. Special Counsel Jack Smith has rightfully sought a protective order in Washington, DC to ensure that President Trump’s ability to publicly discuss the case is appropriately limited.
Trump is currently facing four separate investigations in four separate cases and a total of 91 allegations.
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