Kemp Makes Scary Trump Prediction

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( – On Tuesday, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) predicted that the legal cases against former President Donald Trump could be decided before the presidential election in November. 

During an appearance on CNN’s “The Source with Kaitlan Collins,” Kemp argued that he believed that the legal cases against Trump should all be tried before the November election. He added that this would allow the voters to make a decision based on the outcomes of these cases. 

As he told Collins he believes that the majority of voters felt the exact same way as him. He pointed out that by that he meant that the majority of Americans believe that the country needs to be ruled based on its Constitution and laws and that it was up to elected leaders to become the leaders that exemplify this. 

Trump is currently facing four different separate criminal cases as he is campaigning to win back the White House in 2024. He has previously also argued that he should not be charged in the 2020 election interference case as he was at the time serving in the White House and is thus protected under presidential immunity. However, this is a claim that earlier this month the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals rejected. The three-judge panel had ruled that former president Donald Trump is not immune from facing criminal prosecutions just because he had served in the White House. 

Trump has since been pushing the Supreme Court to delay the case as he wants to appeal this ruling. The federal election interference charges against Trump are four in total and they all relate to his efforts to remain in power following the 2020 presidential election.

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