Former President Donald Trump teased that his team has “irrefutable” evidence that will lead to his “complete exoneration” after a recent indictment by a Georgia grand jury.

On Monday, a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, indicted Trump after investigating alleged efforts to “subvert” the 2020 presidential election.

Indictments were also issued for 19 others — including former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, attorney Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis, Kenneth Chesebrough, Jeff Clarke and John Eastman.

Trump is indicted on 13 counts, including violation of the Georgia RICO Act, conspiracy to impersonate a public official, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiracy to make false statements and writings.

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Trump: We have evidence that will result in my acquittal

However, Trump is maintaining your innocence And he’s confident his legal team has material to prove it.

Early this morning, the leading GOP contender for the presidential nomination made scathing remarks, insisting that his team has access to a “complex” but “irrefutable” report on presidential election fraud in Georgia.

They argue that the report will set them free.

Trump has long insisted that there was massive fraud in the 2020 presidential election, although no court has yet agreed.

The report – it is unclear whether it is new information or a repetition of previous claims – will be presented at a “major” press conference on Monday from his Bedminster golf course in New Jersey.

“Based on the results of this findings report, all charges against me should be dropped [and] Others – there will be complete impunity!” Trump wrote.

“They never went after those who rigged the election,” he claimed. “They only went after those who fought to find riggers!”

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Politically motivated?

Trump supporters have cited the Georgia indictment as evidence that rogue prosecutors and the DOJ are trying to interfere in the 2024 presidential election.

Trump also suggested that the actions of Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis may have been politically motivated.

“This politically motivated indictment, which could have been brought nearly three years ago, was designed to strike right in the middle of my political campaign,” he said in a statement.

It should also be noted that, like previous announced impeachments against Trump, Willis’ move coincides with other controversial events that negatively affect President Biden — namely the two-year anniversary of return to afghanistan and the tragedy in Maui and lack of response from the White House.

Also, coincidentally, Willis launches his own 2023 Re-Election Campaign Website and sent fundraising emails to supporters just days before Trump’s indictment was announced.

Carolyn Levitt, a spokeswoman for Make America Great Again Inc., criticized Willis in a statement.

He added, “Fanny Willis has joined Merrick Garland, Jack Smith and Alvin Bragg in the deranged Democrat Prosecutors Club – their only goal is to arrest Donald Trump and prevent him from voting against Joe Biden.”

Levitt promised Trump that “despite this unprecedented abuse of power, he will remain in power, as the American public will continue to rally around him stronger, stronger and more enthusiastic than ever.”

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