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FULTON COUNTY JUDGE DROPS SEVERAL CHARGES IN THE CASE AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP

Several counts against President Trump and his co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case were “quashed” Wednesday morning by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee.

The judge dismissed six counts in total, three of which were charged against President Trump

Trump will now face three fewer charges in Fani Willis’s indictment against him, bringing the total counts down from 13 to 10.

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The charges were related to the alleged “soliciting of elected officials to violate their oaths of office,” according to the Associated Press.

President Trump’s phone conversation with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was the source of two of the claims. Trump has insisted that he did nothing improper and that the phone conversation was “perfect.”

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“These six counts contain all the essential elements of the crimes but fail to allege sufficient detail regarding the nature of their commission,” Ms. McAfee said in her order.

He went on to advise that the Defendants were not provided with sufficient information by the State of Georgia to prepare their defenses in an intelligent manner.

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McAfee stated that the same charges can result in a new indictment.

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