Special Counsel Jack Smith accused Trump of potentially violating his terms of release over a video of him saying he wanted to buy a Glock during a campaign stop in South Carolina this week.
Trump visited Palmetto State Armory in Summerville, South Carolina earlier this week and admired a custom “Trump 45” Glock.
Trump handles custom “Trump 45” Glock at Palmetto State Armory in Summerville, SC
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Trump spokesman Steven Cheung tweeted a video of the President saying, “I want to buy one.”
“President Trump purchases a Glock in South Carolina,” Cheung said.
Cheung then walked back his statement and said Trump actually did not purchase the firearm.
In a 22-page filing reviewed by The Gateway Pundit, Jack Smith’s prosecutors said Trump potentially violated his terms of release if he purchased the firearm.
Federal prosecutors made the claim in a footnote in a 22-page filing in their renewed push to gag Trump.
“The defendant recently was caught potentially violating his conditions of release, and tried to walk that back in similar fashion. In particular, on September 25, the defendant’s campaign spokesman posted a video of the defendant in the Palmetto State Armory, a Federal Firearms Licensee in Summerville, South Carolina. The video posted by the spokesman showed the defendant holding a Glock pistol with the defendant’s likeness etched into it. The defendant stated, “I’ve got to buy one,” and posed for pictures with the FFL owners. The defendant’s spokesman captioned the video Tweet with the representation that the defendant had purchased the pistol, exclaiming, “President Trump purchases a @GLOCKInc in South Carolina!” The spokesman subsequently deleted