Trump demands removal of everybody investigating him, says they're 'Anarchists and the devil'

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Former President Donald Trump is calling for the removal of every law enforcement official currently leading investigations into his actions.

Trump posted a rant on Truth Social Thursday, calling out four top officials spearheading separate investigations against him.

"District Attorney [Alvin] Bragg is a danger to our Country, and should be removed immediately, along with Radical Lunatic Bombthrower Jack Smith, who is harassing and intimidating innocent people at levels not seen before, 'Get Trump' Letitia James, the worst Attorney General in the United States, and Atlanta D.A. Fani Willis, who is trying to make PERFECT phone calls into a plot to destroy America, but reigns over the most violent Crime Scene in America, and does nothing about it," Trump wrote.

Trump predicted last weekend that he would be arrested Tuesday in connection with a probe into whether he broke the law in organizing and concealing a hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels. As of Friday, an indictment by a Manhattan grand jury has yet to happen. Jurors hearing evidence in the case are expected to reconvene next week, when a potential indictment could come down.

Trump went on to say that Bragg, who is leading the alleged hush money investigation, is "doing the work of Anarchists and the Devil."

"The District Attorney's Office under Alvin Bragg is allowing Violent Crime to flourish in New York City, like never before, while he spends all of his time making his Office, which is in total chaos, trying to find anything on 'Trump.' He is doing the work of Anarchists and the Devil, who want our Country to fail," Trump wrote.

Another target in Trump's attack was Smith, special counsel to the Justice Department in its investigation into the mishandling of classified documents that were seized at Mar-a-Lago, and possible obstruction of justice when the government tried to get the documents back.

The third target was James, the Attorney General of New York who sued Trump, his family members and his business in September for alleged fraud. She has accused Trump and his team of inflating the value of his real estate portfolio to win better terms from banks and insurers. Her $250 million lawsuit is seeking to permanently bar the Trump family from being in the office of any New York-based company, and from entering into any New York real estate acquisitions for five years.

The final target was Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney conducting a criminal investigation into the Trump campaign's alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia. Prosecutors are reportedly considering racketeering and conspiracy charges.

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