Political talk show host Bill Maher showed his true colors on Friday, falsey declaring that Donald Trump was “always guilty” in the wake of reports of the former president’s indictment by a New York City grand jury of dubious charges.
While Maher asserted his belief that Trump was “guilty,” he added he was torn, lamenting he did want to live in a country that goes after its presidents after they leave office.
Maher added, “when Biden is out of office, day two, they will try to arrest him.”
Bill Maher then described the Trump indictment saga as an “impossible choice.”
“[W]e have this impossible choice here…for me, it’s like, you can’t not go after him, because he’s always guilty, the same thing with the impeachments, he was guilty in both,” Maherr claimed.
“But, I always ask myself the question, what is actually better for the future of the country and my future? Because I don’t want to live in a country where we are one of these places where whoever is president, as soon as they get out of office, they go after them,” he added.
“I don’t know. It’s almost Greek tragedy-like, because you set off this cycle of revenge like the House of Atreus, and I guarantee you, when Biden is out of office, day two, they will try to arrest him,” Maher said.
Last week, Maher warned Democrats that indicting Trump would be “rocket fuel” for his candidacy.
“I really don’t want to give Donald Trump the satisfaction of talking about him,” Maher began.
“But first of all, it’s not gonna work. It’s gonna be rocket fuel for his 2024 campaign. And it’s just gonna look to MAGA nation like, ‘Oh, you know, you tried with Mueller, you tried with Ukraine, you tried with January 6. Now we go to the porn star? Really? You’re down to that?!” he added.
As the Daily Fetched reported, Trump will likely make his first appearance in court for his arraignment next week following Bragg’s indictment against him for his alleged role in paying porn star Stormy Daniels hush money the amount of $130,000.
Meanwhile, Trump wrote on Truth Social to urge his supporters, “who are doing well” to donate to his campaign.
“If you are doing poorly, as so many of you are, do not send anything,” Trump wrote.
“If you are doing well, which was made possible through the great policies of the Trump Administration, send your contribution to donaldjtrump.com.”