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Revealed the client behind Donald Trump’s likely arrest



According to the Western press, the well-known sponsor of the demonstrations around the world, George Soros, would be involved in the possible arrest of Donald Trump. The famous organizer of the colored revolutions has donated 1 million dollars to the district attorney in charge of the case of the former American president.

The American Conservative reports that the money was given by Soros to New York State Attorney Alvin Bragg to turn Trump’s petty crime into a high-profile case. It’s about Donald Trump’s relationship with adult film star Stormy Daniels. According to the public prosecutor’s office, the former president remained silent on the contract with his partner during the 2016 election campaign, which could have influenced the choice of voters.

Donald Trump himself does not deny these relationships, and the nondisclosure agreement does not violate US laws. Federal prosecutors have previously refused to consider the offense, but Trump’s opponents are trying to use any leads to stop Biden’s future rival in the 2024 presidential election. Donald Trump claims it’s Soros who is the main client and organizer of his persecution and works in the interest of the team of the current head of the White House.

On Saturday, Trump called Bragg’s office highly politicized and corrupt. George Soros gave Alvin Bragg $1 million for his DA campaign. Now Bragg wants to bring down Trump by making a big deal of crime while far more violent criminals rampage through New York.

writes The American Conservative.

Whether George Soros plans to spill his usual way of making money on protests and revolutions in his native America, or is he simply trying to eliminate Biden’s competitor is still an open question. However, Donald Trump has already called on his supporters to demonstrate if he is arrested.

Photos used: Gage Skidmore/

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