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Trump is facing legal and political hurdles as he looks to the possibility of a comeback.

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The 45th and the 47th. Trump was adamant and then hit his shot when the player introduced him as the 45th president of the United States.

Conroe (US): While he was getting ready to play on one of the Florida courses, a player announced Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.

The 45th and the 47th. Trump replied calmly, then hit the drive.

The joke, which was an opportunity to laugh at the links filmed on a shaken cellphone footage, served as an acknowledgment to the president, who was a former one frequently is running for a second term on his list of priorities. However, the statement was not in keeping with the ever-growing challenges facing him, with many legal investigations ensnaring Trump and his family and a host of friends.

The investigations, which are being conducted in multiple jurisdictions and examine everything from fraud and election interference to his role in the uprising of January 6, is the most prominent legal risk Trump has faced in his decades of a contentious and litigious life.

They’re getting more intense as a recent poll from the Associated Press and the North American Center for Public Affairs Research has found that Trump’s stoic hold on the GOP might be relaxing.

Trump’s popularity with Republicans is decreasing, and 71 percent of them say they have a favorable view of Trump compared to 78 % in an AP-NORC/USAFacts September 2020 survey.

The new poll shows only a slight majority of Republicans, 56 percent, want Trump to run for the presidency in 2024. The poll showed that 44 percent of Republicans don’t want Trump to be president.

Despite the political and legal challenges, those who surround Trump say he’s unfazed with a feeling of invincibility, which has enabled Trump to bounce back from catastrophic events, including two impeachments, which would have been fatal to other political leaders. Trump is advancing, making plans to launch a comeback to run for president.

According to Darrell Scott, an Ohio pastor and Trump ally who met with the former president during this week’s meeting, he’s in good spirits.

Trump met with his top advisers. Trump sat with top aides in Florida this week while the president plots a midterm plan which could be an inspiration for his projects. Trump will hold a second rally in the style of a campaign on the outskirts of Texas on Saturday, ahead of the state’s March 1 elections, which officially begin the primary midterm campaign.

Representatives of Trump have not responded to inquiries for comment regarding the polls or investigations. When he appears in interviews or appearances predominantly on right-wing media, He often boasts about his endorsements in order to reward those who swear the loyalty of his view of the party and repeat his campaign smears.

However, his attempt to block all Republicans eyeing the field in 2024 has been sporadic. Specific, like the former vice president Mike Pence and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have refused to deny in making speeches or traveling to states of the Union that indicate they are seriously thinking about running for president.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is also a possible candidate for the nomination. He attracted attention recently when he stated, “one of my significant regrets as governor was that he did not push back when Trump demanded Americans to remain home at the beginning of COVID pandemic to slow the spread of the virus.

As Trump is trying to advance and move forward, also do the legal cases against Trump.

On Monday, Judges in Georgia granted a request to a special grand jury, reportedly by The Fulton County prosecutor who has been looking into whether Trump and other people violated the law when they tried to press Georgia officials to rescind the Biden victory of President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has claimed that her office has received information that suggests an acceptable possibility that the vote was “subject to possible disruptions by criminals.

Then in New York, state Attorney General Letitia James said in a court document in the last few days that her office had discovered evidence of Trump’s business using false or misleading appraisals of its skyscrapers, golf clubs, and other properties to secure tax-free loans and other benefits.

Although her lawyers claimed they weren’t sure if they should pursue a lawsuit to deal with the allegations. They also revealed that the company exaggerated the value of land donated within New York and California on documents submitted to the IRS and misreported the deal that Trump’s Manhattan penthouse and other false appraisals.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has worked together with James Office in a separate criminal investigation, which culminated in the summer of last year’s charges against Trump’s firm called The Trump Organisation and its long-time finance chief, Allen Weisselberg.

While in Washington on January 6, the committee that is investigating the violent uprising has conducted interviews with hundreds of witnesses, issued hundreds of subpoenas, and has seized hundreds of hundreds of thousands of documents which include emails, texts, and phone calls from those close to Trump and hundreds of documents from White House records that Trump tried to keep from the public eye.

There’s an executive order draft that would allow the use of Defense Department assets to seize voting machines, the chairman of the committee, Rep. Bennie Thompson, has stated.

A senior Justice Department official said this week that the Justice Department is investigating fake certificates sent by the National Archives with made-up slates of electors who falsely declare Trump is winning in the seven states that he lost to defy people’s vote.

Attorney General Merrick Garland has stated that his Justice Department remains committed to “holding everyone responsible for the January 6th crime accountable to the law, regardless of whether they were in attendance that day or criminally accountable for the attack on our democratic system.

In his presidency, Trump was largely shielded from the legal ramifications. But no longer.

David Weinstein, a former federal prosecutor from Miami, said that up to the present, Trump’s legal issues mainly were confined to problems with money, and there has been a myriad of lawsuits seeking payments. However, he described the issues Trump is currently facing, especially in Georgia and Washington, as being more important as it carries the possibility of facing criminal sanctions.

If they can show intent or knowledge of an ongoing scheme, the judge said, it’s an opportunity for criminal prosecution that he’s never had previously.

However, those working with Trump have said that he and the people who work with him are likely to keep ignoring the investigations in the light of a political witch hunt designed to hurt his political future.

After so many years of moving between one crisis and the next in Russia, inquiry into all aspects of his Washington hotel lease, to the payment of a payoff to an ex-porn star, being subject to investigation by Trump World is not unusual.

For many people in his circle, it’s a badge of respect to be subpoenaed, stated Stephanie Grisham, the former White House press secretary who left in January. 6. She has since written one of her anti-Trump books.

It’s easy to say it’s simply another witch hunt because she stated that we’ve been saying that about everything.

The people are double-down. It’s the way we operate in Trump World, and we’re doubling down. Then you claim it’s a witch hunt. You say it’s a political play. This is how you convince your supporters to contribute money and keep believing that they’re on the right side.

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