Former President Donald Trump spoke about his first trip to Washington at the America First Agenda Summit hosted by the America First Policy Institute (Image: REX).

Donald Trump could be held criminally liable for trying to overturn his lost 2020 election.

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According to the Washington Post, the US Department of Justice is investigating the former president’s actions as part of a criminal investigation.

White House officials, including former Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff Marc Short, who testified Monday in an investigation into an attack on the US Capitol on January 6 last year, were questioned.

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The prosecutor asked witnesses about conversations between Trump and his attorney and people close to him in December 2020 and January 2021.

Among his questions are his orders to his lawyers, including Rudy Giuliani, and an adviser on rigged elections and the pressure he put on Pence to nullify the election.

The report came hours after Trump returned to Washington for his first public appearance after leaving the White House.

Mr. Trump spoke at the America First Policy Institute’s America First Agenda summit, criticizing the actions and policies of the Biden administration.

He affirms:

“Our country is now a warehouse of crime. Due to the destruction and dismantling of Democratic efforts, there is blood, death and suffering on an unimaginable scale.

Trump has hinted at the possibility of a presidential election in 2024 but has not announced his candidacy. He anticipated the agenda that the National Guard could use against crime-prone cities.

“If there is a real disruption of law and order, the federal government can and should send in the National Guard without waiting for the approval of the governor who thinks it is politically incorrect,” Trump said.

“The president-elect must send the National Guard to the most dangerous areas of Chicago to restore security.”

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