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Stark warning to Biden: Trump threatens to extend presidential prosecution precedent if his ‘condition’ is not fulfilled


Florida – As we all know by now, the former president Donald Trump is facing significant legal battles in several states including Florida and New York, making him the first former president in the history of the United States to face criminal charges. But that may change soon, as Trump recently made open threats to the current U.S. president, Joe Biden.

Stark warning to Biden: Trump threatens to extend presidential prosecution precedent if his 'condition' is not fulfilled

Charges in Florida and New York

The case against Trump in Florida revolves around the alleged mishandling of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago residence. Federal prosecutors have charged the former president with 40 counts, including willfully retaining sensitive documents and obstructing government efforts to recover them.

In New York, Trump has been charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records related to payments made to Stormy Daniels to cover up an alleged affair.

In both cases, Trump has denied wrongdoing, maintaining they are politically motivated attempts to target him.

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Trump’s Second-Term Vision and Threats Against Biden

Former President Donald Trump has issued a stark warning that President Joe Biden and his family could face numerous criminal prosecutions after Biden leaves office unless the Supreme Court grants Trump immunity in his current legal battles. In an interview with Time magazine, Trump outlined what his second term could look like, including potential reforms within the Department of Justice and stronger state control over abortion enforcement.

Special Prosecutor Threat Against Biden

Trump directly linked his threat to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Biden family to the outcome of a Supreme Court case involving his own immunity. When asked if he would “go after” the Bidens in a second term, Trump replied, “It depends what happens with the Supreme Court.” Should the court fail to grant him immunity from prosecution, Trump added, “then Biden I am sure will be prosecuted for all of his crimes because he’s committed many crimes.”

The former president and his allies have long accused Biden of criminal behavior linked to his son Hunter’s business affairs but have not produced substantial evidence. In previous remarks, Trump pledged to investigate Biden if re-elected, labeling him “the most corrupt president in the history of the United States.”

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Currently embroiled in four active prosecutions, Trump is facing trial in New York over alleged election interference tied to hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Last week, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Trump v. US, where Trump argued for broad immunity from prosecution for former presidents. The justices, however, appeared reluctant to grant his request in full but were open to limited immunity for official presidential actions.

Sweeping Policy Changes

In the interview, Trump highlighted his intention to reshape the Department of Justice if granted a second term. He vowed to pardon many of the over 800 people convicted for their involvement in the January 6 Capitol riot and dismiss any U.S. attorney who did not follow his directives.

On abortion, Trump hinted at Republican states possibly monitoring pregnant women to prevent abortions beyond state-determined limits following the overturning of Roe v. Wade. “I think they might do that,” he said.

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Trump also underscored a drastic approach to immigration, promising mass deportations of undocumented individuals and potentially deploying the U.S. military and National Guard to secure the border. He did not rule out constructing migrant detention camps, though most deportations would occur swiftly.

Overall, Trump’s remarks painted a picture of a second-term presidency that would wield unprecedented executive power, with policies intended to reshape America’s domestic and foreign agenda.

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