Donald Trump says he will not be participating in investigation against him

November 20, 2022

Former President Donald Trump responded to the appointment of a special counsel to investigate him by telling Fox News that he is "not going to partake" in the probe against him that is being run by the Biden administration.

Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed John L. Smith to serve as a special counsel to investigate Trump on Friday. Smith will be investigating whether Trump can be charged for his handling of documents the FBI claims were classified.

During an interview with Fox News Digital on Friday, Trump made his feelings clear by saying "I have been going through this for six years — for six years I have been going through this, and I am not going to go through it anymore, and I hope the Republicans have the courage to fight this. I have been proven innocent for six years on everything — from fake impeachments to Mueller, who found no collusion, and now I have to do it more? It is not acceptable. It is so unfair. It is so political."

Trump is right over the target as the Democrat Party has done everything in its power to make his life a living hell ever since he made his political entrance in 2015.

Trump also blasted the timing of the announcement from the Justice Department, as it came just days after he announced he would be running for President in 2024.

The timing wasn't accidental, and Democrats are sending a message that they are weaponizing the Justice Department to try and prevent Trump from coming anywhere near the White House again.

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