Donald Trump Lashes Out at DC Court’s Decision to Strip Him of Presidential Immunity – EVOL

The far-left D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that former President Donald Trump was not immune to prosecution for charges described in the Justice Department’s (DOJ) indictment relating to the events of January 6, 2021.

Despite Donald Trump still being in office on January 6 and his exoneration though the constitutional process of impeachment, the D.C. court’s judges nonetheless that former President Donald Trump is not immune to charges being brought by a subsequent presidential administration and election rival for the criminal case at hand.

“We have balanced former President Trump’s asserted interests in executive immunity against the vital public interests that favor allowing this prosecution to proceed,” the decision reads.

“We conclude that ‘[c]oncerns of public policy, especially as illuminated by our history and the structure of our government’ compel the rejection of his claim of immunity in this case,” the judges added.

The judges Karen Henderson, Michelle Childs, and Florence Pan issued a unanimous decision.

Notably, the judges seemed to avoid interpreting presidential immunity in criminal cases. The Supreme Court has regularly supported extensive immunity in civil claims but has not established immunity from criminal prosecution.

“For the purpose of this criminal case, former President



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