Trump Says Washington Is Behind New York Criminal Probe–Trying To Stop Him From Running

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Trump’s interview with Bill O’Reilly gave us a ton of great information.¬†

One of the most eye-opening moments was that Trump believes that the New York Investigation is coming from Washington.

This witch hunt did begin two years ago while Trump was still President.

Trump said they are doing this because they don’t want him running again in 2024.

From Newsweek:

Former President Donald Trump believes Washington, D.C. is behind the New York criminal investigation that has led to indictments of The Trump Organization and its Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg.

Trump made the remarks during an interview with Bill O’Reilly that was released online Thursday night. The former president said a similar criminal probe had “never been done” before and suggested that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. was part of a conspiracy to prevent him from running for another term as president in 2024.

“They say its never been done ever in history,” Trump said. “[Vance is] doing it because he’s told, in my opinion, to do it from Washington. They don’t want me running…He listens because maybe he’ll go to work in Washington.”

“It’s never happened in the history of the city,” he added. “I got 75 million votes. They don’t want me running again. They don’t want me running…A thing like this has never happened before…I don’t think the people will stand for it.”

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