Trump, Fourth Indictment Coming: “That’s What I Need”

Donald Trump received a fourth indictment. In the meantime, the tycoon continues to saddle the situation, “What do I need for a confident re-election? A fourth indictment.”

In the coming hours, Georgia will decide whether the former president will also have to be tried for attempting to change the results of the 2020 election. Trump is already under investigation in the “Stormy Daniels case,” for the documents stolen from the White House found in his residence in Mar-a-Lago (37 points in this lawsuit alone), and for storming Capitol Hill.

At the same time, he continues to make statements that warm up his voters, posing as a victim of the establishment, and “floods” his electorate and public opinion with slogans through his private Truth social network.

Over the past few hours, Washington District Judge Tanya Chutkan, during a preliminary hearing on the storming of Capitol Hill, explained to the magnate that “the right to freedom of speech is not absolute,” making it clear that she intends to issue an order to limit the disclosure of evidence in connection with the need to protect witnesses and prevent further interference in the judicial process.

Trump himself – in his dialectic game – has always anticipated the accusations against him, confirming what has long been his main strategy: to use legal problems to rally his electorate.

This strategy works given that he is the undisputed leader in the Republican primary race, as also evidenced by the huge crowds – and consensus – achieved in Iowa over the past few hours, where Trump eclipsed the top contender, Ron DeSantis, by attending an important farmer’s expo in this state that traditionally favors the Republican Party.

At the moment, polls show that Trump has 44% of the Republican vote against 20% for the Florida governor.