The Republican has denounced New York prosecutors who have accused the Trump Organization. The former president believes that the investigators are accused of “prosecutor’s misconduct”. It’s terrible, terrible,” Trump told the large American audience at the Sarasota meeting.
Prosecution charges against the Trump Organization
A lawyer in New York said Thursday that the Trump Organization committed “widespread and audacious” tax fraud. The company’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, has pleaded not guilty.
The company’s management, led by Weisselberg, heard accusations of obtaining concessions and benefits in the form of rental-free apartments and cars, without reporting them in tax returns. “They mustered every power of the government to get me, my family, my wonderful employees and my company just because of politics,” Trump said.
In his speech, Trump spared no criticism from his successor, Joe Biden. He focused primarily on the issue of increasing illegal immigration and crime. After assuming the presidency, the Democrat stopped and then canceled It started during the term of Donald Trump Work on the construction of the border wall on the southern border.
In mid-June, Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott announced that his state would nonetheless remain He will build a wall along the border with Mexico.
‘It’s the crime of the century’
Donald Trump staged last Saturday in Wellington, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland The first rally since the losing presidential election. In a speech to a crowd of thousands, he said it was he who won the election with “a big advantage”. – I know it, and you know it and the “false news media” know it too – asserted the former US president.
Referring to last year’s elections, he described it as a “crime of the century” and a “disgrace.” He also declared that he would not give up the struggle for the truth on the matter, because without him “Republicans would not be able to win.” Trump also argued: “In 2024 we may not have a country at all.”
Trump described the Joe Biden administration as a “complete and absolute disaster.”