READ: Trump statement on Federal Election Commission dropping “phony” case against him

– May 7, 2021 – 
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America
The Federal Election Commission in Washington, D.C., has totally dropped the phony case against me concerning payments to women relative to the 2016 Presidential Election. It was a case built on lies from Michael Cohen, a corrupt and convicted lawyer, a lawyer in fact who was so corrupt he was sentenced to three years in jail for lying to Congress and many other things having nothing to do with me. I thank the Commission for their decision, ending this chapter of Fake News. Between two sleazebag lawyers, Michael Avenatti and Michael Cohen, we were all able to witness law and justice in our Country at its lowest!

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24 thoughts on “READ: Trump statement on Federal Election Commission dropping “phony” case against him”

  1. Steven Interest

    One would think there would be penalties for false accusation and false prosecutions.

    Not in the American Department of InJustice of 2021, I suppose.

  2. Below I’ve copied and pasted a headline and lede of an actual TIME story from DECEMBER 4, 2018. That some Democrats ever considered Avenatti a possible presidential candidate tells you all you need to know about Democrats:



    Michael Avenatti, the hard-charging lawyer representing the porn star Stormy Daniels, said Tuesday that he will not run for President in 2020.

    In a statement, Avenatti said that his decision came after consulting with his family, who had requested that he not seek the Democratic nomination, as he had indicated he might.

    “I do not make this decision lightly – I make it out of respect for my family,” he said. “But for their concerns, I would run.”

    ….“Michael has picked up the corpse of the Democratic Party and breathed some life into it,” David Betras, a lawyer in Youngstown, Ohio who chairs the Mahoning County Democratic Party and was among the first people Avenatti consulted about a run, told TIME earlier this year.

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