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Trump's War on His Rivals Escalates

Former President Donald Trump issued a series of threats against his political rivals in the wake of a new indictment against him. Trump was indicted on two counts of election fraud in Georgia, and he has denied any wrongdoing.

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Former US President Donald Trump gestures on stage during the Alabama Republican Party’s 2023 Summer meeting at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel on August 4, 2023 in Montgomery, Alabama. (Getty Images/AFP)

In a statement, Trump said that he was "coming after" his rivals, and he called them "corrupt" and "dirty." He also said that he would "never rest" until they were "brought to justice."

The prosecutor in the Georgia case, Fani Willis, has asked for a protective order against Trump, saying that his threats are "credible" and "could lead to violence." Willis also said that Trump's threats are "intended to intimidate and obstruct" the prosecution of his case.

The threats from Trump are a reminder of the deep divisions in American politics. Trump has repeatedly made inflammatory and threatening statements, and his supporters have often responded with violence. It is unclear what the consequences of Trump's threats will be, but they are likely to further inflame tensions in the country.

The prosecutor's request for a protective order is a necessary step to protect the people who are being threatened by Trump. It is also a reminder that Trump's words have consequences, and that he cannot simply threaten people with impunity.

The situation is a reminder of the deep divisions in American politics. Trump's supporters and opponents are deeply divided, and there is a lot of anger and resentment on both sides. This situation is likely to continue to deteriorate, and it is important to find ways to bridge the divide and heal the country.

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