President Donald Trump is “facing the death penalty” in the four separate indictments Democrats and the Biden regime have brought against him, a new report has revealed.
In addition to execution, the 45th POTUS could receive a total of 717 years in prison.
Former President Donald Trump could face up to 76.5 years in state prison if he is convicted and receives the maximum sentence on all 13 counts he faces in the indictment filed by Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis late Monday night.
Per the report, in addition, Trump faces:
136 years in 34 counts in the New York case, involving alleged false business records in the Stormy Daniels case.
450 years in the 40 counts in the federal case in Miami, involving alleged mishandling of presidential documents.
55 years in 4 counts in the federal case in Washington, D.C., involving 2020 election challenges and the January 6, 2021, Capitol protest.
Trump is still facing two (or more) additional indictments for similar phony allegations from the Democrats.
So perhaps, they can get the number of years he faces in prison over 1,000.