Clear lies included in Trump’s official response due to impeachment
About two weeks after the inauguration of US President Joe Biden as the new President of the United States of America, former President Donald Trump is still making statements and responses that contain clear lies
Trump’s team has submitted to the Senate a controversial memo and claims that none of the legal scholars agree upon
Among the most important of these allegations is the claim that as long as a person is no longer in office, he cannot be convicted before the Senate
Regarding the accusation leveled against Trump of incitement, on January 6, the Capitol building was stormed by his supporters and supporters, and Trump’s repeated announcement that he won the presidential elections
Trump’s lawyer, saying
Yes, Trump gave a speech and exercised his First Amendment right to express his opinion – but if the House is alleging his opinion “that the election results were suspect” is factually inaccurate, Trump “denies this allegation that is, frankly, ridiculous. Trump lost fair and square. Joe Biden was legitimately elected president. Trump’s opinion is factually inaccurate. The end Another allegation that Trump’s defense team is adopting is the team’s rejection of the House of Representatives statements that President Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that the elections were rigged on a large scale and says that there is no clear evidence that these allegations are true.