Biden Caught Setting Trump Up

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Former President Donald Trump recently expressed his belief that his legal challenges are orchestrated by President Biden and the Democrats, labeling this as a new form of electoral manipulation. During a press conference at his Manhattan property following the closing arguments in the civil trial led by New York Attorney General Letitia James, Trump voiced his opinions on the matter.

James has accused Trump, his family, and his business empire of inflating financial statements and deceiving banks, charges that Trump denies. He insists that his assets were undervalued and that his financial statements included disclaimers for banks to review. Trump’s court appearances this week included a hearing in Washington, D.C., where he argued for presidential immunity in a case related to the January 6 events, and the trial in New York.

Trump’s allegations against Biden center around claims of setting up civil and criminal cases against him as a form of election interference. He specifically mentioned the classified records case, in which he pleaded not guilty, and highlighted the ongoing investigation into Biden for similar issues.

Emphasizing the unfairness of the situation, Trump accused Attorney General James of political bias and suggested that her meetings with Biden at the White House in 2022 and 2023 were part of a larger scheme against him. He drew parallels with Third World countries, describing the actions as akin to those in a “banana republic.”

Trump, who leads in polls against Biden, insisted on attending all his trials, viewing them as politically motivated attacks by the Democrats. He suggested that these legal proceedings are a new form of cheating, similar to past election strategies used against him.

Regarding his upcoming trials, Trump’s next court date is connected to the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s investigation, set to begin on March 25. This and other trials, including one on classified documents set for May 20, coincide with key dates in the Republican primary calendar.

Trump concluded his remarks by defending his business practices and financial statements, asserting that he did nothing wrong and that the lawsuits against him were for publicity. He criticized both the attorney general and the judge in the New York trial, maintaining his innocence and the strength of his defense.

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