Former President Donald Trump has been indicted by grand juries in Washington, D.C. and Georgia over his efforts to challenge election fraud after the 2020 election, and an indictment in Arizona may be next.
As concerns spread that Arizona could soon indict Trump, Arizona Republican Party Chair Jeff DeWit denounced recent news that Democratic Governor Katie Hobbs urged Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes to charge Trump.
“After seeing Georgia, now Arizona’s Governor @GovernorHobbs is pressuring her Attorney General, a fellow Democrat, to drum up the same charges here in AZ,” DeWit posted on X. “Clearly an abuse of power, much like the revelations last week that Hobbs used the power of her office to pressure social media companies to silence posts from Conservatives. We asked ChatGPT to give these actions a name and it gave us the phrase ‘Authoritarian Suppression’ which sounds right on the money. What would you call these actions?”
Hobbs appeared to state on Tuesday that she believes Trump should be criminally charged, but a spokesperson said later that she “misheard the question” and was “responding generally” about her stance on what should be done with those who break the law.
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