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DEBUNKED: Is Donald Trump’s viral indictment video real?

Donald Trump indictment: Hello readers, we will be here to update you on former United States President Donald Trump as he came to report that he recently filed several federal charges against him, one of the latest videos made the turn of the social media platform in which we can see him crying while speaking out against his indictment. Follow our Media website for the latest updates!!!!!

Donald Trump impeachment video

So make sure to read this article till the end so that you can get all the updates about it as well as this video which is becoming a controversial topic for everyone. So this video in which Donald Trump can be seen supposedly crying as he addresses the accusations that were shared by a particular user on Twitter.

Is Donald Trump’s viral indictment video real?

Trump came to share his indictment on the social media platform and truth be told, it was considered a dark day for all the people living there in the United States of America. It is a country in insidious and rapid decline but we will overcome that said by Donald Trump.

What does Donald Trump’s indictment mean?

If you don’t know, Donald Trump was indicted on June 8, 2003 for the second time for keeping classified documents and obstructing the government’s attempt to retrieve them. It re-addressed issues that were filed in documents he was giving in a campaign speech in Virginia and was edited by a social media user to make it look like he was crying.

Donald Trump: Wikipedia

Trump’s political affiliation has changed many times. He registered as a Republican in 1987; member of the Independence Party, the New York State affiliate of the Reform Party, in 1999; a Democrat in 2001; a Republican in 2009; not affiliated in 2011; and a Republican in 2012.

Donald Trump: Biography

Trump placed full-page ads in three major newspapers, expressing his views on foreign policy and how to eliminate the federal budget deficit. In 2000, Trump ran in the California and Michigan primaries to be nominated as the Reform Party’s candidate for the 2000 U.S. presidential election, but dropped out of the race in February 2000.

A July 1999 poll comparing him to likely Republican nominee George W. Bush and likely Democratic nominee Al Gore showed Trump with 7% support. We will update you be sure to stay connected and tuned with us.

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