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Cracks in Trump’s Confidence Emerge Amidst Latest Indictment

August 23, 2023

The usually resilient and confident former President Donald Trump appears to be grappling with the pressure of the latest 41-count indictment that links him and 18 others to attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results, according to a source familiar with the matter.

This indictment, which invokes Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and names Trump’s associates, including Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows, seems to have left a visible impact on Trump’s demeanor. An insider shared that the former president is shedding his characteristic bravado, displaying signs of unease and apprehension.

The source revealed, “He’s not so confident anymore. He’s not acting so cocky anymore. The arrogance is gone.” The Georgia indictment appears to have prompted a change in Trump’s attitude, with the weight of the legal proceedings finally sinking in.

While Trump has publicly dismissed the charges as a “witch hunt” and driven by political motivations, the source suggests that behind closed doors, he is experiencing anxiety. The source noted that Trump’s concern stems from the number of co-defendants, leading him to fear that some might cooperate with authorities and potentially testify against him.

Jenna Ellis, another individual charged in the case, took to social media to question the lack of support from “MAGA, Inc.” for everyone’s legal defense. Trump’s bond has been set at $200,000, and he’s been ordered not to intimidate co-defendants or witnesses or communicate about the case’s facts with them. He’s scheduled to turn himself in on Thursday.

Notably, Trump’s response on his social media platform Truth Social conveyed his anticipation of arrest and a confrontational tone toward the district attorney.

This development marks Trump’s fourth criminal indictment post-presidency. Despite his repeated denials of any wrongdoing, the mounting legal challenges and the inclusion of close associates in the indictment seem to have chipped away at his outward confidence.

Giuliani, for instance, has described the case as an “affront to American Democracy,” while Meadows has filed a motion to shift the case’s jurisdiction to avoid arrest. The co-defendants have collectively maintained their innocence and are poised to defend themselves against the charges.

Source: Page Six

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