Trump Flip-Flops On Major Claim He Recently Made

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( – Former President Donald Trump has stated that he will no longer be releasing the report which he claimed contained “irrefutable” evidence of the widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. On Tuesday, following his indictment by a Fulton County court, Trump had claimed that he would be releasing this report as it would prove his innocence.

Last week, District Attorney Fani Willis’ case led to Trump and 18 others being indicted over their plans to overturn the election results in the state so that Trump and not President Joe Biden would appear as the victor. In the 98-page indictment, Willis detailed the charges against Trump and his allies following the vote by the grand jury on Monday.

On Thursday, two days after Trump had promised to release the report, he put out a post on his social media platform Truth Social in which he claimed that his legal team had advised him that the report and proof of widespread fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election should be part of formal legal filings rather than just be released in a news conference, which was Trump’s original plan.

Trump in his post further claimed that he believes the evidence they will submit in their filings is going to help with getting this “disgraceful indictment” dismissed. He argued that the indictment against him was brough forward by a District Attorney whose district has had a record number of murder and violent crimes and that Willis’ was only looking to gain more publicity and boost her fundraising through the indictment.

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