The indictment of the former US president, Donald Trump commented the former president of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, in contrast to the American president, Donald Trump, who did not want to make any comment.

“The Grand Jury acted on the facts and the law,” wrote Nancy Pelosi. “No one is above the law and everyone has the right to a trial to prove their innocence. Let us hope that the former President will peacefully respect the system that gives him this right” he continued.

This publication by Nancy Pelosi caused reactions as many were quick to point out her “error” in the phrase “to prove his innocence.”

According to, a basic principle of the justice system in the United States is that every person accused of a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

The Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro tweeted: “He’s ‘innocent until proven guilty.’» and not to “prove that he is innocent”.

Former New York mayor and former Trump personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani responded by writing: “Error. Such an obvious mistake. Most middle schoolers know this—at least they used to, when citizens and the Constitution were upheld in schools. You are innocent until proven guilty”.