Lara Trump Says It “Doesn’t Matter” If Her Father-in-Law Is in Prison During the Republican National Convention
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Lara Trump Says It “Doesn’t Matter” If Her Father-in-Law Is in Prison During the Republican National Convention

In exactly three weeks, Donald Trump will be sentenced by Judge Juan Merchan, at which point he’ll learn if he will receive prison time. Days later, the Republican National Convention will kick off in Milwaukee, where the RNC will nominate him for president. Is his possible incarceration of any concern to the Republican committee? Not in the slightest, says his daughter-in-law.

In an interview with Real America’s Voice, host Terrance Bates noted to Lara Trump, “Judge Juan Merchan could very well sentence President Trump to jail or some sort of prison time, not allowing him to be there for the Republican National Convention, which is of major concern.” Her response: “Here’s the bottom line. It doesn’t matter whether Donald Trump is in Trump Tower, Mar-a-Lago, or anywhere else they may try to put him. On the day that we, as the Republican Party, will be nominating him as our official candidate and our official nominee for president, he will accept that no matter where he is. He will go on to be our candidate all the way to November 5th, when he then is reelected as our 47th president.” Lara Trump also claimed her father-in-law’s 34 felony convictions have been “a positive for him” because people “see how third-world and communist it is, and they do not want to see this as the future of America.”

Earlier this month, Puck News reported that “the prospect of serving prison time…appears to be sinking in more forcefully, and the former (and perhaps future) president has been peppering friends and aides” with “specific questions” about what that might entail, including, “What type of jail do you think they’ll send me to?”

While the prevailing wisdom is that Trump will not actually receive time behind bars, not everyone in the legal community is convinced. “This is not a one-off, ‘Oops, I made a mistake on my business records,’ or even a one-off scheme,” Diana Florence, a former prosecutor with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, told Politico last month. “Given the entirety of the facts and circumstances that came out during the trial, I believe, if convicted, a sentence of incarceration is warranted and justified. If I were the prosecutor, I would absolutely be asking for state prison.” Each of the 34 felony counts Trump was charged with carries a maximum sentence of four years; if convicted on more than one, he would almost undoubtedly serve the sentences concurrently.

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