Georgia Poised To Level Charges Against Trump: Report

Zinger Key Points
  • Georgia hints at charges against Trump, including racketeering.
  • Docket report briefly posted, then removed from Fulton County's site.

Former President Donald Trump may soon face legal action from the state of Georgia. A brief appearance of a two-page docket report on the Fulton County court's website Monday hinted at forthcoming charges, including racketeering, conspiracy and making false statements.

Docket Report's Disappearance

Attempts to reach the Fulton County clerk's office for clarification were unsuccessful, and the docket report in question has been taken down from the court's website, Reuters reports.

No Comment from Fulton County

Officials from Fulton County were not available to provide immediate insight into the matter. The specifics of the charges, as well as the timeline for their official filing, remain shrouded in uncertainty.

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Ex-Georgia Lt. Governor's Concerns Over Trump's Recent Statements

Former Georgia Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan voiced his apprehensions about statements made by Trump earlier in August, when the former president posted a message on Truth Social, stating, “If you go after me, I'm coming after you!

Duncan characterizing them as "erratic" and "unmoored from truth." In an Aug. 7 interview on CNN, Duncan expressed his unease, particularly in the context of Trump's ongoing legal challenges.

He drew connections between Trump's recent remarks and the events leading up to the Capitol attack. "We’ve seen this play out, even the communications that we’ve seen in the last 48 to 72 hours that he has put out on social media just seem erratic and unmoored from truth," Duncan stated.

Trump's Legal Landscape

This new development adds another layer to the legal complexities surrounding the former president. It marks a fresh chapter in the continuous examination of Trump's conduct while in office.

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