Trump Case Removed From D.C. Docket
Jack Smith’s indictment against Donald Trump’s actions on Jan. 6, 2021, has been removed from the D.C. District Court’s calendar, the Washington Post reported Thursday.
This delay is a major victory for Mr. Trump.
Details: The trial was originally scheduled for March 4, the day before Super Tuesday, when 16 states hold their caucuses and primaries. Because it is a criminal case, Trump would have had to appear in the court room, meaning he would miss this important election day.
Trump has worked to delay his court dates until after November’s presidential election. Because of his recent appeal saying a president should be immune from such charges, the court is delaying his trial until after that case is settled.
This delay will likely push the trial back until after the election.
Turning the tide: On Nov. 6, 2021, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry said we would see a turning of the tide in Trump’s war to return to power. We should expect Trump to continue to win victories, culminating in his return to the presidency—so says Bible prophecy.
Learn more: Read “Donald Trump’s Return in Bible Prophecy.”