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June 12, 2023 2:00pm EDT
Trump defense needs to 'run the table' or he could spend rest of his life in prison, says Jonathan Turley
Trump facing federal charges carrying lengthy prison sentences
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Trump defense needs to 'run the table' or he could spend rest of his life in prison, says Jonathan Turley

Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley presented a dire legal situation for former President Donald Trump, who was hit with a 37-count federal indictment, including charges of willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice and making false statements. The constitutional scholar told "Fox News Sunday" anchor Shannon Bream that the government only has to "stick the landing on one count" and Trump, who turns 77 this week, could face spending the rest of his life in prison.

Turley, who called the charges "extremely damning" when the indictment was unsealed on Friday, echoed the sentiments of Trump's former Attorney General Bill Barr.

"If even half of [the indictment] is true then he's toast. It's a very detailed indictment, and it's very, very damning," Barr said, appearing with Bream.

Trump has claimed he will continue running for president in 2024 even if he is convicted.

"This idea of presenting Trump as a victim here--the victim of a witch hunt--is ridiculous. Yes, he's been a victim in the past. Yes his adversaries have obsessively pursued him with phony claims, and I've been at his side defending him when he is a victim, but this is much different. He's not a victim here," Barr added. "He was totally wrong that he had the right to have those documents. Those documents are among the most sensitive secrets the country has."

The indictment accuses Trump of failing to comply with demands to return classified documents — including plans for a retaliatory attack on an unnamed foreign power — he had gathered in Mar-a-Lago. Other documents include defense and weapon capabilities of the U.S. and details of the U.S. nuclear program.............

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Sending him to prison would be a logistical problem, given his security detail.  I just don't see that sentence being handed down to a president unless he actually shoots someone on fifth avenue.

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Those documents are among the most sensitive secrets the country has."
 

How the he'll does Barr know that?  As far as I know, no one has seen the documents.
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How the he'll does Barr know that?  As far as I know, no one has seen the documents.

Does it matter???  Think about it.  Barr was never a positive for Trump.  He's been indicted twice.  Wrong, right or indifferent, the leftists (including Barr) are out to put him behind bars.  That's the bottom line. They don't want him running again.

Yes, it is absolutely wrong. But Trump's pick of people in his past are coming back to haunt him; Sessions, Mueller, Rosenstein, McDaniels, Giuliani, Barr .... and the list goes on and on.  I must also bring attention to Kushner, I still think he leaked information and was a party to Trump's headaches.  Notice how it is being reported that Ivanka is distancing herself from all of this.  Yet they both were in the WH.
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Sending him to prison would be a logistical problem, given his security detail.  I just don't see that sentence being handed down to a president unless he actually shoots someone on fifth avenue.

I don't believe he'll spend one minute in prison, either.  But he isn't getting off scott free on this, either
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