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US Attorney Testifies Trump Wanted To Fire Him For Not Backing Coup Plot

Attorney said Trump wanted to fire him because he wouldn’t help coup.



Byung J. Pak

Byung J. Pak, a former US Attorney has now testified to congressional investigators with a bombshell story, revealing that he resigned right before Donald Trump was set to purge him for not helping the attempt to overturn Trump’s loss in the presidential election.

“Mr. Pak, who provided more than three hours of closed-door testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, stepped down with no notice on Jan. 4, saying that he had done his best “to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner,'” the New York Times now reports.

The revelation adds more details to the unprecedented post-election activities by election loser Trump.

Trump recently verified a memo detailing efforts he made over the phone to pressure the Department of Justice to challenge the election results. That same memo exposed that Trump enlisted the aid of Congressional Republicans in his unconstitutional plot.

Trump lost the election to Biden by millions of votes and has continued to deny that the American people rejected a second term for his unpopular presidency.

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