Block Trump: Democrats are trying to place roadblocks in former President Donald Trump’s reelection bid, even though he hasn’t held his first campaign event since launching his bid last week.
Mr. Trump, 76, is seeking his party’s nomination for president for the third time, and the appointment of a special counsel by Attorney General Merrick Garland opens the door to a years-long investigation that could stretch into the primary campaign season and potentially conclude in criminal charges.
The Democrats see this as just one of many potential roadblocks to a future Trump presidency
Several groups backed by liberal organizations are coordinating efforts to convince state officials that Mr. Trump has committed treason and should therefore be prevented from appearing on the 2024 ballot.
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This is in addition to the government’s criminal investigation, which will look into whether Mr. Trump unlawfully tried to block President Biden’s 2020 election win and whether he illegally took classified documents from the White House.
In the coming weeks, the Democratically-led Jan. 6 committee in Congress is expected to issue a report that will focus almost entirely on Mr. Trump’s efforts to prevent Mr. Biden from being declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election and his responsibility for inciting the riot on Jan. 6, 2021, by a group of angry supporters.
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