Fox News host Sean Hannity reviewed what the former president had to say Donald Trump accusation In a criminal court next week may appear.
Shehanty: We’ve got new details from Alvin Bragg’s unsavory political witch hunt. According to the sources we have, Bragg demanded that Donald Trump turn himself in today, less than 24 hours after a grand jury unfairly voted to impeach him. But due to security concerns, the call won’t happen until next week, possibly Tuesday afternoon. Donald Trump Reservation will be made. His fingerprints will be taken. There will be a mug shot. Media mobs, they will get the coveted image. Now, my instinct is telling me that my friend, fellow Pete Hegseth, who was last time around, will prove him right. This image will end up on more T-shirts and more hats that say MAGA and Trump 2024. It will also appear before Judge Juan Merchant, who, by the way, is the same judge charged with firing the former CFO of the Trump Organization. Now, according to Trump’s quote, “The judge assigned to the witch-hunt case hates me” Now at this point, would you expect anything less? This is not a criminal case. This is a political mission. And by the way, there will be no settlement, according to a source close to President Trump. He plans to fight this to the end.
The first step would definitely be a motion to have all charges dropped immediately on three separate grounds. We will discuss this with our attorneys tonight in the course of the program. The first, the wrong legal theory. We don’t know the exact charges, but what Bragg is allegedly doing is attempting to pave a misdemeanor documentation offense to an FEC charge that has never been carried out before and may not be legal in and of itself. Number two, Trump’s lawyers will likely argue that the case exceeds the statute of limitations, and they do. After all, there is a two-year limit on fees related to incorrect document labeling. Now, the third reason for dismissal relates to the misconduct of the prosecution. Here you have a DA responsible for fees. its name Alvin Bragg. He ran on a campaign promise to go after one man, Donald Trump, one family, one Trump family, one organization, the Trump Organization. Now, I guess it all obviously reeks of political bias, right?