Advisor Drops Bombshell About How Badly Trump Wants To Avoid Prison, May Ditch Presidency

This is really wild.

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Donald Trump’s legal woes can’t even be counted at this point, as it seems every week he is involved in a new lawsuit or accusation for unethical, crooked behavior. And now that he’s under so many investigations and many minions from his inner circle have been indicted, the president is apparently VERY nervous.

While most of us would absolutely love for the president to be impeached, it turns out that Trump might be removed from office in a completely different way. While many have wondered just how Trump’s presidency may end, whether by impeachment or having Congress come to its senses and invoke the 25th amendment, the end of this nightmare may actually come as a gift from the president himself.

Scott Dworkin, co-founder of the Democratic Coalition, shared a bit of insider information from a former Bush advisor, which suggests that Trump may actually remove HIMSELF from office just so that he can save himself from criminal charges. Dworkin reported that the former Bush advisor said:


Trump will use his presidency as a bargaining chop with federal and state authorities in 2019, agreeing to leave office in exchange for the relevant authorities not pursuing criminal charges against him, his children, or the Trump organization.”

Trump has been known to throw ANYONE under the bus to save himself, but no one can argue that his children and business aren’t his soft spots. And not to mention, the president probably knows that he and privileged his family wouldn’t survive a day in jail.

The president knows he will be left with very few options once Mueller closes in and catches him. Considering that his negotiating “skills” are nowhere near as good as he perceives them to be, he’s not going to have many other choices other than to step down from a job he never deserved. When that day comes, it will be a bright day in America.

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