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Trump Indictments Expected Next Week over Attempts to Reverse 2020 Election Loss in Georgia

HeadlineAug 10, 2023

Newly unsealed court documents show special counsel Jack Smith obtained a search warrant to access Donald Trump’s Twitter account as part of the investigation into Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election. Twitter, now known as X, was fined $350,000 after initially refusing to hand over Trump’s personal data.

Meanwhile, CNN is reporting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in Georgia is expected to seek more than a dozen indictments next week in her probe on Trump’s efforts to overturn the election in Georgia. Security around Willis has increased after Trump attacked her on the campaign trail, calling her a racist while spreading rumors about her. Willis is the first Black woman to serve as Fulton County district attorney.

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