Donald Trump warns ‘Obama, Bush, and crooked Joe Biden, would all be in big trouble’ if he loses presidential immunity

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Former US President Donald Trump has argued that losing presidential immunity could be the end of the presidency and the country as we know it. He believes that presidential immunity is a cornerstone of the presidency’s functionality, and without it, a president would not be able to properly function and put the United States in great and everlasting danger. Trump warns that if they take away his presidential immunity, they take away crooked Joe Biden’s presidential immunity, and the presidency will lose its power and prestige.

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on this issue, with the outcome determining whether Trump is shielded from prosecution related to charges brought forth by Special Counsel Jack Smith. Trump has maintained his innocence, pleading not guilty and invoking presidential immunity as his defense. If immunity were lost, the presidency would be consumed by the other branches of government, and the opposing party could extort and blackmail the president during their term in office.

Trump pointed to former Presidents Obama, Bush, and soon, Crooked Joe Biden, as they would all be in big trouble. He argued that if a President doesn’t have immunity, they would be nothing more than a “Ceremonial” President, rarely having the courage to do what has to be done for the country.

Amidst these keyboard battles, Trump was physically present in a New York City courtroom, attending his criminal trial by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Bragg has accused Trump of 34 counts of falsifying business records, charges linked to alleged payments made to p*rnstar Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges. The trial, which started on Monday, is expected to continue daily, with the exception of Wednesdays and Monday, April 29, until early June.