Trump is officially the most investigated man on the planet.
The Justice Department is contemplating appointing a special counsel if Trump runs for president again in 2024.
According to CNN, the DOJ has brought in a “brain trust” for advice on Trump probes.
Trump is expected to announce his 2024 run after the midterm elections.
Since the Democrats do not have a viable candidate who can beat Trump in 2024, Joe Biden’s corrupt DOJ will be Trump’s biggest obstacle.
In other words, Biden’s DOJ will be Trump’s opponent in 2024 since Biden is brain dead and virtually no one likes Kamala Harris.
Another reason why Biden’s DOJ is mulling a special counsel is to distance Joe Biden, potentially Trump’s opponent in 2024, from the federal investigations into Trump.
If Trump gets indicted by the feds, Joe Biden can put his hands up and say he had nothing to do with indicting his opponent in the 2024 election.
As Donald Trump inches closer to launching another presidential run after the midterm election, Justice Department officials have discussed whether a Trump candidacy would create the need for a special counsel to oversee two sprawling federal investigations related to the former president, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
The Justice Department is also staffing up its investigations with experienced prosecutors so it’s ready for any decisions after the midterms, including the potential unprecedented move of indicting a former president.
Indicting an active candidate for the White House would surely spark a political firestorm. And while no decision has been made about whether a special counsel might be needed in the future, DOJ officials have debated whether doing so could insulate the Justice Department from accusations that Joe Biden’s administration is targeting his chief political rival, people familiar with the matter tell CNN.
The Justice Department has brought in a brain trust for high-level advice on the Trump investigations, according to people familiar with the moves.
Top Justice officials have looked to an old guard of former Southern District of New York prosecutors, bringing into the investigations Kansas City-based federal prosecutor and national security expert David Raskin, as well as David Rody, a prosecutor-turned-defense lawyer who previously specialized in gang and conspiracy cases and has worked extensively with government cooperators.