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White House Admits the Witch Hunt Trial Against Trump Is ‘Related to 2024 Elections’



On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre admitted that the Biden-led witch hunt against former President Trump is “related to 2024 elections.”

On Tuesday, Speaker Mike Johnson supported Trump at the New York courthouse, criticizing what he described as Biden’s legal maneuvers aimed at influencing the 2024 election.



AP reporter Aamer Madhani questioned KJP about whether it was appropriate for Mike Johnson to come to Trump’s defense against what he termed as Biden’s legal tactics.

“Was it appropriate for Speaker Johnson to show up at the trial of the former president, today?” a reporter for the Associated Press asked Karine Jean-Pierre.


Karine Jean-Pierre admitted the Biden-led lawfare trial against Trump is “related to 2024 elections.”

“So, look, I can’t speak to — uh — um — I don’t want to comment. Obviously, as this is related to 2024 elections, and I can’t speak to the speaker’s schedule. That is something for him to decide on and let’s not forget, this is also connected to a independent judicial process. So, going to be really mindful and he makes his choices on what he does, Um — um — you know, with his business that is his choice to be made,” Karine Jean-Pierre said.

Joe Biden is behind Alvin Bragg’s lawfare trial against Trump.

Alvin Bragg’s chief prosecutor, Matthew Colangelo, who was appointed by Joe Biden in 2022 to pursue legal actions against Trump in New York, reportedly received payment from the DNC for ‘political consulting.’

Matthew Colangelo, formerly employed by the Justice Department as a Biden appointee, has a history of activism aligned with left-wing causes throughout his life.



It was also revealed that Colangelo was paid $12,000 by the DNC in 2018.

Fox News reported “According to Federal Election Commission records reviewed by Fox News Digital, DNC Services Corp/Democratic National Committee paid Colangelo twice on Jan. 31, 2018. Colangelo was given two payments of $6,000, for a total of $12,000.”

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