Donald Trump Puts The Supreme Court On Blast For Prosecutorial Corruption
Hot New Hip Hop says that Donald Trump took to his Twitter today to put the Supreme Court on blast after they reportedly demanded he hand over his financial documents and tax returns to a district attorney in Manhattan, New York.
The president reportedly announced on his Twitter that he was being treated much differently than other presidents, before going on to say that many of the past presidents were given "broad deference."
Furthermore, Trump took shots at Barack Obama's administration and boasted about the nation's success. The president says he and his administration has done more for the USA in the first 3 1/2 years than any other politician.
The president said the previous administration was totally corrupt and the president and vice president had both been caught red-handed spying on his campaign.
According to the outlet, Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch both sided with the 7-2 majority that concluded Trump must hand over his information. Trump reportedly appointed both of the aforementioned judges himself.
The district attorney, Vance Junior, wrote that it was a huge victory for the nation that the president must hand over his financial information and tax returns. He claimed, "no one - not even a president - is above the law."
Even though Trump has complained of bias and internal conspiring, his lawyer, Jay Sekulow, is reportedly less concerned with the ruling. As most know, Trump's tax returns have been a contentious issue ever since he first won the presidency.
The president was in the news headlines earlier this week in relation to the coronavirus. During his appearence on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News, the host asked him what to make of the recent rise in coronavirus cases throughout the United States.
The president claimed that part of the reason there are so many cases in the USA is that they've done more testing than any other nation in the world. According to Trump, they've tested over 40,000,000 Americans since the virus first began spreading in the USA.