recap' Donald Trump, whose fall has been announced a thousand times and who has so far survived all the scandals, should announce his candidacy on Tuesday presidential 2024
039;Former President Donald Trump greets guests at Mar-a-lago on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, in Palm Beach, Florida. — Andrew Harnik/AP/SIPA
- He never stops teasing. After saying that he was “very very likely” to be a candidate in 2024, Donald Trump promised on the eve of the Midterms, a “very big announcement” for this Tuesday, in the United States.
- The businessman, who predicted Tuesday could be “one of the most important days in US history”, is set to announce his candidacy for the 2024 US presidential election.
- It would therefore be the third for Donald Trump, whose fall has been announced a thousand times, and who has so far survived all the scandals. From his role in the assault on the Capitol to lobbying election officials, an overview of Donald Trump's run-ins with the law.
He’s about to back down in the arena: Donald Trump is expected to announce this Tuesday at American time his candidacy for the the presidential election of 2024, ignoring calls from part of his camp to withdraw from the game after the poor performance of his foals in the mid-term elections. The Republican billionaire promised a “very big announcement” from his luxurious home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, to; 9 p.m. local (4 a.m., for us) – the content of which no longer really arouses suspense.
A step back would be difficult, with the businessman predicting that Tuesday could well be “one of the most important days in history” the United States. Especially since a status of candidate for the White House will make a possible indictment of Donald Trump more delicate, but will not close the multiple investigations weighing against the former president. Justice is investigating his role in the assault on the Capitol, his financial affairs, his management of the White House archives or the pressure exerted on electoral agents. Overview of Donald Trump’s run-in with the law.
What role in the assault on the Capitol?
A House Committee is investigating Donald Trump’s role in his supporters’s attack on the House of Congress on January 6, 2021, when he’s the elected officials certified the victory of his rival Joe Biden at; the presidential one. In high-profile auditions, she showed that it had overheated its supporters at; white before the coup de force and “ his duty as Commander-in-Chief” during the assault.
This commission, at majority Democrat, quoted him as to to appear, but he took legal action to escape his summons. Its members should therefore submit their final report by the end of the year without having heard it. In this document, they will be able to advocate for the prosecution of Donald Trump, but the last word will go to the Minister of Justice Merrick Garland, whose services have already. charged more than 870 participants at; the attack. Known for being methodical and careful, the minister doesn’t rule anything out. “Anyone who is criminally responsible for efforts to annul the election will have to answer for their actions,” he said.
Where ; are the White House Archives?
Leaving the White House, Donald Trump took entire boxes of documents. However, a law of 1978 obliges any American president to transmit all of his e-mails, letters and other working documents to the National Archives. In January, he returned 15 boxes. After examination, the federal police estimated that he probably kept others in his luxurious Mar-a-Lago residence.
FBI agents led on August 8, a spectacular search on the basis of a warrant for “retention of classified documents” and “ a federal investigation,” and seized about 30 more boxes. An intense legal battle then opened to determine the nature of the documents seized (classified? personal? declassified?) still, a federal indictment remains possible.
What about the Trump Organization?
At the head of the justice of the State of New York, the democrat Letitia James filed a civil complaint against Donald Trump, his children and his group, the Trump Organization. She accuses them of “deliberately” manipulated valuations of the assets of the group, — which includes golf clubs, luxury hotels and other properties — to obtain more advantageous loans from banks or reduce its taxes.
She is claiming $250 million in damages on behalf of the state, as well as bans from running companies for the former president and his relatives. The Manhattan prosecutor is investigating the criminal aspect of this case in parallel. Several members of the group have been charged and a trial began at the end of October. It does not directly concern the former president, however.
What about the interference in the 2020 election in Georgia?
A Georgia state prosecutor has been investigating since 2021 “attempts to influence election operations” of this Southern State, won of a short head by Joe Biden in 2020. In a telephone call whose recording was made public, Donald Trump had asked; to a senior local official Brad Raffensperger of “finding” nearly 12,000 ballot papers his name.
Fani Willis, county attorney of Fulton which includes Atlanta, charged a grand jury to determine if there was enough evidence to indict the real estate magnate. She is already reached collect testimonies from those close to him, in particular his ex-personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
our file on donald trump
Relying on an “instinct” always put forward, Donald Trump, whose fall was announced a thousand times, has so far survived all the scandals. As if, at force of accumulation, they no longer had any effect on him. Arrived in power in November 2016 in an unprecedented political scenario that almost none had predicted, Donald Trump had flouted; all uses during his presidency. He had left Washington in chaos after failing to to to be re-elected in the face of Joe Biden, a defeat he never acknowledged. This new candidacy would therefore be the third from the septuagenarian to the White House.