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Jack Smith’s Bombshell: Experts Weigh In on ‘Overwhelming’ New Proof and Potential Witness Flips

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Former President Donald Trump’s actions during the U.S. Capitol attack on January 6, 2021, have been revealed in a report from special counsel Jack Smith’s team.

The report details Trump’s refusal to intervene and his apparent indifference to the violence, as he was more focused on his election loss.

“Trump was ‘very angry’ that day – not angry at what his supporters were doing to a pillar of American democracy, but steaming that the election was allegedly stolen from him and his supporters, who were ‘angry on his behalf,’” ABC News wrote. “Scavino described it all as ‘very unsettling.'” (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Testimony from Trump’s inner circle describes his anger and lack of interest in stopping the attack.

The report also highlights instances where Trump’s aides tried to convince him to call off the rioters, but he instead posted messages further fueling the violence.

“Trump’s decision not to act undercuts any argument that he was acting in good faith – even if he legitimately believed he won the election (which he did not), his decision to let violence go unimpeded helps show that he endorsed criminal obstruction of the Congressional proceeding and that the rioters’ actions were consistent with Trump’s goals,” Temidayo Aganga-Williams said.

Legal experts believe this evidence demonstrates Trump’s criminal intent to undermine democracy and protect his own political survival.

“It seems that as Smith’s prosecution team keeps building its case with dramatic new proof, the case appears to be so gaining momentum and appears to be so overwhelming that reluctant or scared witnesses might decide to cooperate and avoid getting themselves entangled in the case as defendants,” Aganga-Williams said.

Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

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