Trump Slams ‘Deranged’ Jack Smith

( – Former President Donald Trump has slammed deranged Special Counsel Jack Smith following a court session that deliberated on potentially dismissing the federal classified documents case against him.

In a post on Truth Social, Trump accused Smith of being “deranged” while referring to a report by Robert Hur, another special counsel.

Hur concluded that Biden should not face charges regarding his management of classified documents and mentioned concerns over Biden’s cognitive abilities and memory.

“Deranged Jack Smith, together with his Team of Political Hacks and Thugs, were once again caught in a LIE in the Sham ‘Documents’ Case, far less in importance or gravity than Joe Biden’s Document Case, for which he was fully exonerated on the basis of his TOTAL INCOMPETENCE,” Trump stated.

He continued, “[‘T]he Deranged One,’ Smith, badly wanted to hide his own GRAVE MISCONDUCT, but must have been prevented from doing so by an Honest and Patriotic Eyewitness.”

“The Corruption of our Justice System has to be put to an end, and those responsible, including Crooked Joe Biden and those controlling him, have to be held to account. MAGA 2024!” he added.

Trump has denied all wrongdoing and has pleaded not guilty to 40 charges concerning allegations he unlawfully kept classified materials after his presidency ended in January 2021 and obstructed federal efforts to reclaim them from his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida.

Judge Aileen Cannon, who is presiding over the case, recently convened a session to consider motions to dismiss the charges against Trump and his co-defendant, Walt Nauta. This hearing occurred after Cannon indefinitely delayed the trial, which was originally scheduled to start on May 20.

Trump, likely to be the 2024 GOP nominee, has repeatedly highlighted Hur’s report as evidence of a politically driven investigation aiming to undermine his electoral prospects.

Moreover, Hur’s 388-page report, released in February, indicated that Biden likely would not have faced charges even if he were not president due to his full cooperation with the investigation and the challenges of securing a conviction given his public persona.

During this week’s legal proceedings, Trump’s legal team argued for the dismissal of the charges and criticized the indictment as vague and politically biased.

In turn, the delay casts doubt on whether Trump will stand trial on these charges before the 2024 elections. If victorious in November, Trump could potentially instruct the Department of Justice to drop the charges upon taking office.

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