Trump: Independent prosecutor’s investigation will not be impartial

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Former US President Donald Trump said yesterday that the independent prosecutor appointed by the Justice Department to oversee investigations into him “will not investigate impartially”.

“This egregious abuse of power is the latest in a long series of political wizardry that began long ago,” Trump said in a speech at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida.

“I have been subjected to these investigations, these charades, these games since the day I rode the escalator down to Trump Tower. We cannot allow these egregious abuses to continue,” the former president said.

The US Department of Justice announced the appointment of a special prosecutor to conduct an independent investigation into Donald Trump, three days after the Republican announced his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election.

Justice Secretary Merrick Garland said that war crimes prosecutor Jack Smith will lead this sensitive task.

Trump has called the appointment of an independent prosecutor to oversee two investigations into him “unfair” and “politicized”.



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