Marjorie Taylor Greene predicts huge win for Donald Trump if indicted

  • Marjorie Taylor Greene says Donald Trump would win the 2024 presidential election in a landslide if indicted.
  • This prediction comes after speculation that Trump could face a criminal charge by New York prosecutors.
  • Trump’s attorney said he would turn himself in to face criminal charges if charged.

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has said former President Donald Trump would win the 2024 presidential election in a “landslide” if indicted.

A video of Greene making the prediction had more than 100,000 views Saturday morning after being shared on Twitter Friday by PatriotTakes, which describes itself as researchers “monitoring and exposing right-wing extremism.”

There has been growing speculation that the former president could face a criminal charge by New York prosecutors in connection with an alleged silent money payment made by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. , to adult film actor Stormy Daniels.

Greene told Lindell TV: ‘If they charge President Trump with false charges, to prosecute him to try to stop the movement that they can’t stop, he’s going to win 2024 in a landslide victory and then we’ll put him down. in the White House and he will finish what he started.

“We will empty the government of all traitors who serve the globalists and America last,” Greene added.

The former president’s attorney, Joseph Tacopina, says Trump will surrender to face criminal charges if indicted in New York where the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is investigating a $130,000 refund $ to Cohen for a payment made to Daniels before the 2016 presidential election.

Trump’s company recorded that reimbursement as a legal expense, and it’s against New York state law for companies to misclassify the nature of the expense. Such misclassification can lead to a misdemeanor charge, but it can be turned into a felony if the misrepresentation took place in order to conceal another crime.

Cohen testified before a grand jury over two days this week and his testimony is considered key evidence in the case, as he previously pleaded guilty to campaign finance charges after helping arrange the payments.

Daniels claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006 and met with New York prosecutors on Wednesday as part of the investigation into the $130,000 Cohen paid her to keep the alleged affair secret before the election in 2016.

Trump denied having sex with Daniels and strongly criticized the investigation.

In a statement Thursday, Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung said, “Democrats investigated and attacked President Trump before he was elected – and they failed every time.”

Law enforcement officials in New York are making security preparations in case an indictment is brought against Trump, according to an Associated Press (AP) report on Friday.

Former U.S. Attorney Gene Rossi said Newsweek Tuesday: “I think the chances that President Trump will be indicted are very good” and that prosecutors could present an indictment to the grand jury later this month.

“Cohen is in the vortex of this plot to violate election laws,” Rossi said. “If you plead guilty which he listed in August 2018, President Trump was listed as an unindicted conspirator, and in that hearing Michael Cohen testified that he was instructed by the President to hide the payments to Stormy Daniels.”

Newsweek contacted former President Trump’s office for comment via email.

U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) participates in a meeting of the House Oversight and Reform Committee at the Rayburn House office building January 31, 2023 in Washington, DC. Greene said former President Donald Trump would win landslide in 2024 if he faced impeachment.
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