Ryan E.
July 22, 2023

Trump Says He'll Plead Not Guilty

Perhaps you've heard the news about Donald Trump after there was an investigation into his handling of the classified documents:

Trump was indicted.

Now, he's announced how he will plead to the charges:

Not guilty.

Donald Trump is being charges with 37 counts:

31 counts of willful retention of national defense information; one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice; one count of withholding a document or record; one count of corruptly concealing a document or record; one count of concealing a document in a federal investigation; one count of scheme to conceal; and one count of false statements and representations.

Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing throughout this whole situation, so it would make sense that he would plead not guilty.

He's the first former president to be indicted on felony charges at all. He earned that honor when Alvin Bragg charged Trump with crimes in New York.

A short time later, Trump also set the record as the first former president to ever be indicted on federal charges.

There are many people, Trump included, who think that this whole situation is nothing but a witch hunt against the former president.

Many, if not all, of those people think that these recent indictments could actually help Trump's run toward the White House in 2024, not hinder it.

Think about it.

Trump has been claiming for YEARS that liberals have been using all sorts of dirty tips and tricks to try to take him down.

If Trump is able to beat these charges, it will prove who was telling the truth the entire time.

Trump and his fans firmly believe that he is going to gain credibility because of this trial, not lose it.

Do you agree?

Let us know in the comments below.

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