REPORT: Republicans sound off on Trump Indictment

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Republicans defended former President Donald Trump after the Justice Department handed down news of an indictment Thursday evening.

“The corrupt Biden Administration has informed my attorneys that I have been Indicted, seemingly over the Boxes Hoax,” Trump posted on Truth Social, “even though Joe Biden has 1850 Boxes at the University of Delaware, additional Boxes in Chinatown, D.C., with even more Boxes at the University of Pennsylvania.”

Karoline Leavitt, spokeswoman for Make America Great Again Inc., slammed the Biden administration for indicting Trump to prevent losing in 2024.

She wrote, “The Biden Regime, which is realizing they can’t beat or cheat their way to another victory, has taken the unprecedented step to indict President Trump. This comes amid reports that the Biden family accepted $10 million in illegal bribes from foreign nationals. America is a nation that has become plagued by a two-tier system of justice that must be confronted and destroyed. This will only be done when we re-elect President Donald J. Trump in 2024.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz said Thursday, “The phony Boxes Hoax indictment is an attempt to distract the American public from the millions of dollars in bribes that the Biden Crime Family received from foreign nationals. This scheme won’t succeed. President Donald Trump will be back in the White House and Joe Biden will be Hunter’s cellmate.”

Trump Jr. remarked, “Biden’s corrupt DOJ is openly interfering in the 2024 presidential election to stop Trump because they know Biden can’t beat him in a fair race. That’s what this is really all about and everyone knows it.”

Author Sean Parnell tweeted, “Very sad day in America. Yet another political hit job trotted out by the Biden Administration & institutions totally corrupted at the top by the radical left. Sickening to watch how far America has fallen. Pray for President Trump & his family.”

Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren commented, “If you’re wondering how Biden is going to get away with reelection from the basement, with refusing to debate, with refusing to campaign at just got your answer. Another Trump indictment. Joe sits back and his minions in FBI, CIA and DOJ do the dirty work.”

Sen. Rick Scott questioned, “Will the DOJ indict @joebiden next for the countless boxes he kept at home? 🤔”

Rep. Jim Jordan said, “Sad day for America. God Bless President Trump.”

Lawyer Rogan O’Handley wrote, “It pisses me off that the true criminals in Washington, DC can start wars, launder billions of dollars, take bribes, and rig our elections with no consequences. But the good guys trying to stop them get indicted and imprisoned. This is unsustainable.”

Rep. Harriet Hageman noted, “In Joe Biden’s America, the federal government is mobilized against political enemies in an unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial power.”

Washington DC Young Republican’s leader Kingsley Cortes tweeted, “War is the remedy that our enemies have chosen, and I say let us give them what they want”

Speaker Kevin McCarthy tweeted, “Today is indeed a dark day for the United States of America. It is unconscionable for a President to indict the leading candidate opposing him. Joe Biden kept classified documents for decades. I, and every American who believes in the rule of law, stand with President Trump against this grave injustice. House Republicans will hold this brazen weaponization of power accountable.”

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