Biden’s future hinges on Supreme Court’s decision as Trump issues open threats


Former President Donald Trump is involved in unprecedented legal challenges in states including Georgia, New York, Florida, and Washington, D.C., making him the first former president in U.S. history to face criminal charges. However, Trump has recently escalated the political stakes by issuing open threats against the current U.S. President, Joe Biden.

Biden’s future hinges on Supreme Court’s decision as Trump issues open threats

Legal Challenges Across States

In Georgia, Trump is charged under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) law for allegedly coordinating to obstruct the proper certification of Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results, which were in Biden’s favor. The charges stem from a well-known phone call recorded on January 2, 2021, during which Trump allegedly urged Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “find 11,780 votes.”

In New York, Trump is dealing with 34 counts of falsifying business records linked to payments made to Stormy Daniels, allegedly to conceal an affair.

In Florida, Trump is accused of improperly handling classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate. He faces 40 counts, including the willful retention of sensitive documents and obstructing federal attempts to retrieve them.

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In Washington. D.C. Trump faces allegations of orchestrating actions to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power following his defeat in the 2020 election to now-President Joe Biden. An indictment alleges that Trump deliberately propagated lies claiming widespread “fraud in the election and that he had actually won,” which culminated in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Trump has consistently denied any wrongdoing in all of the abovementioned cases, claiming that the charges are politically motivated efforts to undermine him.

Threats and Political Repercussions

Trump has ominously suggested that President Joe Biden and his family might face numerous criminal prosecutions after Biden’s presidency, conditional on the outcome of Trump’s appeal to the Supreme Court for immunity from prosecution. In a revealing interview with Time magazine, Trump articulated visions of his potential second term, hinting at major reforms to the Department of Justice and more stringent state oversight on abortion enforcement.

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Linking Legal Outcomes to Political Retaliation

Trump’s assertion that he might appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Biden family hinges on the Supreme Court’s decision regarding his plea for immunity. He stated, “It depends what happens with the Supreme Court.” Trump threatened, “then Biden I am sure will be prosecuted for all of his crimes because he’s committed many crimes.” While Trump and his supporters have repeatedly accused Biden of corruption related to his son Hunter’s business dealings, evidence remains elusive.

The Battle for Presidential Immunity

Trump’s current legal entanglements include four active cases, with a significant trial in New York concerning alleged election interference linked to payments to Stormy Daniels. The Supreme Court recently deliberated on Trump v. US, a case where Trump seeks broad immunity for former presidents. Although the justices seemed skeptical about granting comprehensive immunity, they did consider a more limited scope for immunity related to official actions while in office.

Envisioning a Transformative Second Term

In his discussion, Trump also outlined plans for a second term that could dramatically alter the U.S. justice system. He expressed his intention to pardon individuals convicted in connection with the January 6 Capitol riot and to require compliance from U.S. attorneys with his policies.

Regarding abortion, following the reversal of Roe v. Wade, Trump suggested that Republican states might monitor pregnancies to enforce abortion restrictions. Additionally, he proposed aggressive immigration policies, including mass deportations and potentially using the military to enhance border security.

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Trump’s interview portrays a potential second presidency focused on exerting extensive executive power and implementing sweeping policy changes that would significantly impact America’s domestic and international landscape.

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