Donald Trump Reportedly Outlined Plan For Punitive Actions Against Critics In Potential Second Term

 Grand News Network  November 6, 2023

Former president Donald Trump is reportedly laying down plans to use federal government resources to penalize critics and opponents if he secures a second term.

Trump has privately expressed his intentions to investigate or prosecute several individuals, including ex-officials and allies who have criticized his time in office, reported The Washington Post. These individuals include his former chief of staff, John F. Kelly, and former attorney general William P. Barr, among others, as per sources who wished to remain anonymous.

Publicly, Trump promised to appoint a special prosecutor to probe President Joe Biden and his family, despite the lack of substantial evidence to support his corruption accusations. To facilitate such actions, Trump’s associates are reportedly working to circumvent policies meant to protect criminal prosecutions from political influences.

The right-wing think tanks in Washington, collaborating under the name “Project 2025,” are aiding Trump’s preparations for a potential second term. This includes plans to invoke the Insurrection Act, which gives the president the authority to deploy the military for domestic law enforcement.

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