U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan ruled that Donald Trump does not have immunity from prosecution in the election interference case against him.
The ruling sets up a legal fight over the scope of presidential power, with Trump expected to appeal.
“Defendant may be subject to federal investigation, indictment, prosecution, conviction, and punishment for any criminal acts undertaken while in office,” Chutkan wrote. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)
Obama Judge Tanya Chutkan rejected Trump's argument that he should be protected under presidential immunity from federal criminal liability for acts undertaken while in office.
The judge ruled that former presidents do not have immunity for federal crimes committed while in… pic.twitter.com/VIYrg31nt2
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In response, Trump warned that “This Radical Left ideology is a threat to the Presidency” and suggested that it could open Biden to personal liability for his policy decisions.
“This Radical Left ideology is a threat to the Presidency,” Trump posted.
“It means that Crooked Joe Biden can be held personally liable for his Open Border Policy, and all of his other mistakes and decisions that are destroying our Nation!”