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Vanity Fair’s Levin: Trump’s Luck May be Running Out in Georgia Investigation

Vanity Fair’s Levin: Trump’s Luck May be Running Out in Georgia Investigation

For more than a year, Donald Trump’s detractors pinned their hopes on New York’s investigation into the businessman. That probe, tough, seems to have fizzled out.

SELMA, USA – APRIL 9: Former US President Donald Trump holds a rally sponsored by Save America with Ted Budd, Madison Cawthorn, Bo Hines, Dan Bishop, Mark Robinson and Greg Murphy in Selma, NC, on April 9, 2022. (Photo by Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

That does not mean, however, that Trump faces no more legal problems. Georgia prosecutor Fani Willis has been digging deeper into the former President’s actions during the 2020 election. And according to Bess Levin, Trump’s renowned legal luck may be running out.

The Vanity Fair scribe writes:

“He sure seems upset about Willis’ work, having bleated on Truth Social over the weekend: ‘The young, ambitious, Radical Left Democrat ‘Prosecutor’ from Georgia, who is presiding over one of the most Crime-Ridden and Corrupt places in the USA, Fulton County, has put together a Grand Jury to investigate an absolutely ‘PERFECT’ phone call to the Secretary of State. Many lawyers, from both sides, were knowingly on the call. I also assumed it was taped. I called to fight a Rigged & Stolen Election, and they go after me instead of the people that Rigged and Stole it. God Bless America!’”

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Levin continues, “Whether it’s stiffing contractors he owes money to, paying a porn star to keep quiet about their alleged affair, or inciting a violent riot in a botched attempt to overturn the results of an election he lost, the comeuppance that would befall other people never seems to come for the ex-president. But according to (Vance), the guy’s luck may be running out thanks to the state of Georgia.”

Read the column in its entirety here

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