Trump charged with trying to influence the 2020 presidential election
Former US President Donald Trump has been charged with a new – for the fourth consecutive – criminal charge. He is charged with attempting to illegally influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
This is stated in the conclusion of the judicial jury of the State of Georgia.
There are 13 items on the list. Among them – violation of the law on combating racketeering and corruption, incitement to violate the oath of civil servants, conspiracy to forge and the filing of false documents.
Charges have also been filed against former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and former 2020-21 White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. In total, there are 19 defendants in the case.
Trump is due to appear in court in this case by August 25, and the trial will begin within six months.