do you remember this guy?because report It was revealed this morning that Trump adopted the Fifth Amendment during his deposition in the NY AG lawsuit this morning.
So did you hear he took the 5th? pic.twitter.com/F6y0IpNhAd
— Ashin (@Acyn) August 10, 2022
according to New York Times:
Donald J. Trump declined to answer questions from the New York Attorney General’s office on Wednesday. It’s a surprising bet in a high legal interview.
In a statement released Wednesday shortly after the questioning began, Trump said he would exercise his Fifth Amendment right to self-incrimination, saying, “The rights and privileges accorded to every citizen under the United States. He declined to answer questions under the Constitution. “
What’s your question?
In fact, adopting the Fifth Amendment does not automatically make someone guilty of any crime. Despite the fact that prosecutors miss other factors, it can be used as a sensible step to avoid giving prosecutors a key component of the crime. But as Trump says, it generally shows someone guilty of something.especially if they don’t answer Question.
Trump may have additional motives for taking the fifth. He lies with such immunity that he can get away with perjury if he refuses to answer questions.
Anyway, it doesn’t look good, especially from a guy who says the whole thing is a political witch hunt. If it was a political witch hunt, we would expect Trump to use this opportunity to explain why he is not liable in the lawsuit.
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