Trump news today: Trump campaign runs attack ads against Fani Wallis as Jack Smith Twitter warrant revealed

Donald Trump has launched a campaign ad targeting Fani Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County, Georgia, just days before she is expected to indict him. The ad, which is airing in Atlanta and other cities, criticizes Ms. Willis for her investigation into the former president’s alleged attempts to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in the state in 2020. It is believed that Ms. Willis will present charges to a grand jury in the coming week. Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Justice Department special counsel Jack Smith obtained a search warrant for Trump’s Twitter account and fined the platform for not producing records under court order.

A recently discovered legal memo written by Kenneth Chesebro, a lawyer for Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign, outlines the ex-president’s efforts to interfere with the certification of the Electoral College results in order to “buy time” and delay the official acknowledgment of his defeat. This memo was referenced in the indictment against Trump by a grand jury in Washington DC. The memo provides further evidence of Trump’s alleged conspiracy to obstruct the certification of the 2020 election.

In another development, a federal district judge in Washington, DC, rejected an attempt by Trump’s legal team to delay a hearing regarding a protective order. This comes after Trump’s lawyers seemed to ignore the judge’s orders in their latest filing related to his attempts to overturn the election. Additionally, eight Republican presidential candidates have met the criteria set by the Republican National Committee to participate in the first GOP debate.

A retired FBI official, Frank Figliuzzi, has suggested that Trump may be required to return millions of dollars in campaign funds that were raised based on fraudulent claims about the election. Figliuzzi stated that the legal consequences for Trump are not over after being indicted by special counsel Jack Smith. Meanwhile, it is not expected that Trump will attend the arraignment on the new charges filed against him in the classified documents case.

John Eastman, a former attorney linked to Trump, has requested a delay in his disbarment hearings due to potential criminal charges related to the latest indictment against the former president. And in Georgia, a grand jury may soon return more criminal charges against Trump in the ongoing investigation.

Despite his own use of social media to attack political rivals, Trump has taken issue with a tweet featuring Joe Biden sipping coffee from a “Dark Brandon” themed mug. And former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie responded to Trump’s derogatory remarks by challenging him to say it to his face during a debate.

Overall, these developments highlight the ongoing legal battles and investigations surrounding Donald Trump and his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. The campaign ad targeting Fani Willis and the search warrant for Trump’s Twitter account further demonstrate the intensity of these investigations. As indictments and charges continue to be filed against the former president, the legal ramifications for Trump and his associates are likely to persist.

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