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In a recent editorial, The Wall Street Journal dubbed Donald Trump as “The Self-Destructive Donald Trump,” shedding light on concerns over the Justice Department’s use of prosecutorial power.

According to the editorial, if Trump were to secure the GOP nomination, his chances of defeating Joe Biden would be slim. Even if he were to win a second term, the editorial suggests that Trump’s inability to control himself and his preoccupation with grievance and retribution would hinder his ability to deliver the conservative policy victories that Republicans desire.

The editorial also highlights a shift in the conservative discourse surrounding the Trump indictment. While many Republicans remain loyal to Trump and believe the Biden administration is unjustly persecuting him, some prominent conservatives have voiced their concerns.

After reviewing the indictment, former Vice President Mike Pence admitted his inability to defend the alleged actions. Governor Ron DeSantis expressed that if he had committed similar acts while in the Navy, he would have faced court-martial. Additionally, Nikki Haley, while acknowledging potential risks to national security, hinted at a possible pardon for Trump if she were to be elected.

Moving forward, Trump’s legal team is expected to employ various strategies to slow down the prosecution. They could seek to shut down the case if Trump were to return to the White House or secure a pardon from another Republican president. Trump’s lawyers may request the dismissal of the case, challenge the inclusion of certain notes quoting the former president, and pursue appeals. The involvement of a Trump-appointed judge, Aileen Cannon, in the Florida case could introduce additional delays.

Despite the recent wave of criticism, it is important to consider Trump’s track record of overcoming challenges. The media has repeatedly predicted his downfall, only to witness him emerge unscathed. As the legal proceedings unfold, the impact of the Trump indictment on his political future and the Republican Party at large remains uncertain.

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