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Trump is projected to have a very bad 2023

 Former president Trump is set to have a ‘very bad 2023’ even if Trump does not get indicted for January 6.

Former president Trump is ending 2022 on a very bad note with the release of his tax returns by the January 6 Committee and the final report. 2023 is looking a lot worse for him.

legal experts are projecting Trump to have a very bad 2023 due to his many legal cases. even if ex-President Donald Trump does not get indicted on January 6, he’s still facing “a blizzard” that could send him to prison.

In 2022, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) started an ongoing criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump‘s handling of classified. 

FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida

Documents containing highly sensitive intelligence about Iran and China were among those recovered by the FBI from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to determine if he should face criminal charges in the Justice Department’s investigations into him.

“The Department of Justice has long recognized that in certain extraordinary cases, it is in the public’s interest to appoint a special prosecutor to independently manage an investigation and prosecution,” Garland said.

Merrick Garland appointed Jack Smith, a war crimes prosecutor at The Hague to investigate Trump’s alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and the documents seized in August from Trump’s home.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist James Risen, whom Smith tried to compel to reveal sources for his reports on American intelligence programs thinks Trump is in deep ‘ trouble’ if ‘pit bull’ Jack Smith decides he’s committed crimes.

“Unfortunately, I have firsthand experience with Smith’s aggressiveness. James Risen writes on the intercept. “He was part of the Justice Department team that turned my life upside down by trying, for seven years, to force me to reveal confidential sources that I’d used to report on a botched CIA operation.”

James Risen gave the firsthand experience of the aggressive investigation he faced under ‘pit bull’ Jack Smith.

“The Justice Department first subpoenaed me in January 2008 to try to get me to reveal my sources and continued to target me until January 2015. The Justice Department kept coming at me, even though the federal judge in my case repeatedly ruled against them and sided with me. Each time the judge quashed one of their subpoenas, I thought I was finally done — but then the prosecutors would issue another one. It was excruciating,”James Risen writes.

James Risen revealed what it took to get ‘pit bull’ Jack Smith to back down.

 “I won the battle in 2015, but only after the case went to the Supreme Court, and only after then-Attorney General Eric Holder ordered the prosecutors to back off because he was getting so much bad press for seeking to jail a reporter for refusing to disclose his confidential sources.”

A Trump conviction for violating any of the laws would be severe: the Espionage Act has a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and the statute for obstruction has a maximum penalty of 20 years. legal experts are saying they would put a 70 percent chance of Trump getting indicted on at least one

Trump’s Trump’s Tax Returns were released by the January 6 Committee.

Trump Paid NO Federal Income Taxes In 2020.

Trump is also facing a sexual assault lawsuit. accuser E. Jean Carroll says Trump sexually assaulted her in a dressing room 23 years ago. says He pinned her against a wall

Trump sexual assault accuser.

accuser E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against Trump is set to move to trial. The plaintiff would like to schedule her trial against Trump for April, while Trump the defendant would like to calendar it for never.

Jan. 6 committee referred Trump to DOJ on 4 criminal charges on the final report.

Jan. 6 committee refers Trump to DOJ on 4 criminal charges.

Trump is looking at a very bad 2023, with all the legal cases against Trump coming to an end in 2023.

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