Trump updates supporters on new allegations, urges Americans: ‘Don’t believe fake news on anything!’
By confirming that his attorneys had a meeting with Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team on Thursday, Trump provided his supporters with an update on the situation surrounding a potential third indictment.
Trump himself confirmed that his attorneys “had a productive meeting” with Justice Department officials amid their third potential indictment of the 45th president, maintaining that he “did nothing wrong.”
“My attorneys had a productive meeting with the DOJ this morning, explaining in detail that I did nothing wrong, was advised by many lawyers, and that an Indictment of me would only further destroy our Country,” Trump wrote to his Truth Social account on Thursday.
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Trump also added that “No indication of notice was given” by the Justice Department to his attorneys during the meeting regarding his pending indictment.
“No indication of notice was given during the meeting — Do not trust the Fake News on anything!” he wrote.
Two Trump attorneys, John Lauro and Todd Blanche, allegedly met with Jack Smith’s team following the 45th president’s receipt of a target letter last week informing him of a potential third indictment, according to ABC News.
ABC reported that Jack Smith was present at the meeting, which lasted one hour.
Smith also indicted Trump in June over his alleged mishandling of classified documents, of which the 45th president had pleaded “not guilty” in a federal courthouse.
Smith has been pursuing President Trump regarding acts from Jan. 6, 2021, and whether he urged individuals to enter the Capitol Building during the certification of the 2020 election. Smith was chosen by Attorney General Merrick Garland to begin a series of investigations into the 45th president.
As previously reported by RSBN, Trump claimed that he was the subject of an investigation by a grand jury after receiving the target letter.
A Washington, D.C. grand jury had also reportedly met on Thursday to review evidence of the investigation, according to a report from The Hill.