Threatened with indictment, Donald Trump denounces "electoral interference"

 In a defiant speech, President Donald Trump has denounced "electoral interference" and declared that he would not accept an indictment. The statement comes in the wake of an ongoing investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Trump has repeatedly denied any involvement and condemned those who are trying to undermine his legitimacy as President. He accused them of attempting to manipulate the electoral process and delegitimize his presidency.

Donald Trump has been vocal in his denouncement of what he calls "electoral interference," amid reports that he is facing a potential indictment. With the election only weeks away, Trump has used his bully pulpit to rail against what he believes to be an unfair system, claiming that the Biden campaign is attempting to sway the election with voter fraud. Trump has also accused China and other foreign governments of attempting to further interfere in the American electoral process. As Trump continues to fight against a possible indictment, tensions have risen as we approach election day.

President Donald Trump has denied any wrongdoing and accused Democrats of trying to interfere in the election by mounting an impeachment inquiry against him. The indictment threats come after months of investigations into the President's alleged actions regarding foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election. Trump has vehemently denounced these accusations, claiming that they are politically motivated and amount to electoral interference.

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