NEW: “Prosecutors are now prepared to ‘stack’ an ‘additional 30 to 45 charges’ on top of the 37-count indictment… using evidence against the ex-president that has not yet been publicly acknowledged by the department, including other recordings...” https://t.co/UZnUPXJG0j— COURIER (@CourierNewsroom) June 29, 2023
But Trump is delaying the Florida trial with Nauta’s lack of counsel, and he always wins those fights!
Per sources familiar, the Justice Department has made preparations to bring a superseding indictment against Mr Trump and could do so in several different venues, depending on how prosecutors feel the case against him in Florida is going. https://t.co/lxemDxqRvU— Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) June 29, 2023
The team of federal prosecutors working under Special Counsel Jack Smith is currently prepared to add an “additional 30 to 45 charges” in addition to the 37-count indictment brought against Mr Trump on 8 June, either in a superseding indictment in the same Florida court or in a different federal judicial district. In either case, they would do so using evidence against the ex-president that has not yet been publicly acknowledged by the department, including other recordings prosecutors have obtained which reveal Mr Trump making incriminating statements.Trump as also makes attorneys get attorneys:
Additionally, it is understood that Mr Smith’s team is ready to bring charges against several of the attorneys who have worked for Mr Trump, including those who aided the ex-president in his push to ignore the will of voters and remain in the White House despite having lost the 2020 election.