After a whole fiasco of Election from November 4th, 2020, It’s pretty much clear, Donald Trump is not going to be back off. Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Juliani has made a press conference on 8th November 2020 Trump will not concede, and fight a long legal battle to stay in power. The republicans already filed dozens of lawsuits against ballot fraud in several states. But why is Trump trying to desperately stay in power?
As the former special counsel “Robert S muller” said in his speech
“A sitting president can not be charged with crime”
That’a right. Donald J Trump can not be prosecuted or charged with a crime while he is in power. He needs to be stepped down and stripped off of his power to begin with.
But what are the charges are being brought for Donald Trump?
- At least 26 women has been accused Donald trump of sexual misconduct since 1970.
- In June 2019, columnist E. Jean Carroll accused President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her by forcing his penis inside her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid-1990s.
- And in September 2020, model Amy Dorris said that in 1997 Trump forcibly kissed her, groped her all over her body, and gripped her tightly so she couldn’t getaway.
All of these allegations are very serious and if convicted can lead to 10 – 20 behind bars.
Fraud in Charity and Donation
Last year December, 2019 Donald J trump has paid 2 Million in a plea deal for using Trump foundation donation and charity for own spending and funneling money in businesses. New york attorney general Lelia prosecuted Donald Trump and Trump foundation for misusing charitable funds for political purposes.
Source: NY attorney General’s office
Federal income Tax Violation
Pointing to the new york times report, from 2016 to 2017 Trump has paid $720 federal income tax while being one of the billionares of United States. Federal procecutors are looking into the possible probe and charging for tax evasion and money laundering.
Trump organization is known for creating shell or fake companies, LLC and organizations and funneling money from one end to another eventually making the net profit as net operation loss.
Although it’s pretty unclear if IRS is going to take a part on this.
Is Trump immune to Justice Department Probe?
It’s a legal issue that a sitting president (who has been elected and in power) can not be charged and convicted of any crime (except murder), and Donald Trump can also pardon himself. But as Trump lost 2020 election, it’s a possibility that Turmp will face numerous lawsuit and Justice department will go against trump in possible 2021.