The media should cover Trump as the threat to the American republic that he is
Trump also called on his supporters to take to the streets, for “the biggest protest we’ve ever had in Washington, D.C., in New York, in Atlanta,” if “those radical, vicious, racist prosecutors” who are investigating both his conduct surrounding the election and his connections personal business “do anything wrong or illegal. In response, the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney, who has assembled a grand jury to investigate Trump’s threatening phone call with the Georgian secretary of state, has asked for FBI assistance to ensure safety. from the Fulton County Courthouse and Government Center.
“We need to work together to keep the public safe and to make sure we don’t have a tragedy in Atlanta similar to what happened at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021,” the district attorney said Sunday. Fani Willis district in an official letter.
Additionally, Trump released another statement over the weekend, directly attacking former Vice President Mike Pence and saying he “could have overturned the election.”
The mainstream media should treat all of this as a five-pane fire for American democracy and the American Constitution. But instead, Politico’s Playbook on Sunday reflected on how Trump’s statements could affect Republican messaging and midterm election prospects.