“Soon a coup” – Libero Quotidiano

“Soon a coup” – Libero Quotidiano
“Soon a coup” – Libero Quotidiano

He hasn’t given up yet, Donald Trump. The former president of the United States, in fact, returns to be heard despite the expulsion from various social networks and the closure of his blog. The rumors are relaunched by the New York Times, from the signature, Maggie Haberman, according to which the tycoon “is telling a number of people he is in contact with that he expects to be reinstated as president by August.”

A kind of conspiracy theory, which according to the NOW it would serve to mobilize the core of his loyalists still in the field: the possibilities of reintegration, in fact, are in fact non-existent.

And again, last Saturday, May 29, the Trumpians met in Dallas, in the Omni Hotel, for a meeting entitled For God and Country Patriot Roundup Saturday. The lawyer Sidney Powell, protagonist with Rudy Giuliani of the judicial battle to try to overturn the election result in which Joe Biden claimed, he said that Trump “could simply return president”.

But that is not all. The words of Michael Flynn, former National Security Advisor, who added that “one might think of a coup d’état similar to that of Myanmar. “Words then hastily denied, but which remain there.

And again, from Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s residence, filters great nervousness: the tycoon, 74, fears the moves of Cyrus Vance, head of the Manhattan District Attorney, who has been investigating Trump’s affairs for almost three years. On May 25, Vance called a Grand Jury, to examine possible criminal charges against the leaders of the Trump Organization. Roger Stone, historical advisor to Trump, on Sunday 30 May, interviewed by the far-right website Infowars, confirmed: “It is possible that within a couple of weeks Donald could be indicted for tax fraud or financial scam with false and fabricated charges”. In short, Trump feels he is being targeted.

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