TRUMP WONDERS WHEN HE WILL BE ‘FULLY EXONERATED’ AS DOJ WRAPS UP PENCE INVESTIGATION
The latest reported action by the DOJ to conclude its investigation into allegedly sensitive materials turned over by former Vice President Mike Pence earlier this year was discussed by President Donald Trump.
Trump stated, “Just announced that they are not going to charge Mike Pence on the document fraud.”
“That’s great, but when will I be completely cleared? I’m at least as innocent as he is,” he added. What about Joseph Biden, who has at least 1850 boxes hidden, some of which are in Chinatown, Washington, DC? When will the investigation into “TRUMP” be over?
The DOJ apparently closed its probe into the sensitive documents that Pence turned over from his Indiana home in January, according to The Post Millennial. According to reports, Pence is not being charged with any crimes.
The DOJ has been conducting an ongoing investigation into President Trump ever since the dramatic FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago estate in August 2022.
The DOJ allegedly searched for “classified” materials. Special prosecutor Jack Smith, who was chosen by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, has been leading the ongoing investigation.
This news also comes amid rumors that the former vice president may announce his own campaign for president in 2024 the following week.
Pence will likely declare his candidacy on June 7, joining the clamor of Republicans wanting to oppose President Donald Trump for the nomination of the Republican Party in 2024, according to Axios.
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Before to his expected presidential run, Pence established the “Committed to America” super PAC, which will help raise funds and concentrate on winning over early voting and caucus states like New Hampshire and Iowa.