What’s next for Donald Trump?

The former president faces state, civil and criminal investigations after being acquitted during his impeachment trial.
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And despite his acquittal in the senate former president trump is facing several state civil and criminal investigations among them. The DA in Fulton County Georgia recently announced a criminal probe into trans efforts to overturn his election loss in the state. Here's our and Devin Dwyer with the latest. He's out. Very possible though in the near future we couldn't see a criminal indictment filed against former president Donald. Georgia secretary of state Grand Rapids Berger has opened the first formal investigation of Trump's phone calls to state officials seeking to overturn the results of the election. What are we did I only need 111000 odd dollars and eleven. That won't get here right. Identified three criminal statutes which I thought were violated public interest attorney John Banzhaf filed a series of complaints in Georgia that triggered the new investigation. Outlining in a letter to state officials what he says are clear violations of state law conspiracy to commit election fraud and solicitation to commit election fraud. Intentional interference with a elections issue Trump's attorneys deny the call was inappropriate seen in your impeachment defense to the US senate. But the president was simply expressing his opinion it did not threaten wrap things murder. Four days after that call the president held a rally to challenge feel a total count. We fight like hell and if you don't fight like hell did not get a have a country anymore. The peaceful demonstration turned violent and deadly. Local prosecutors are deciding within a charged with a crime under DC law inciting violence is a misdemeanor offense. And it's my office's responsibility. To investigate whether those words. Exceeded there for First Amendment protection and went into his own of criminality. I'm for inciting the mob that charge the capital the president's lawyer insists the mob acted on its own. Just because somebody gave a speech and and earned got a good people got excited that. That doesn't mean that the speech Anchorage bowl. The probes of Trump's post election conduct joins several other civil and criminal investigations of trump and his family business well under. Way we're getting document each and every day hound we are again seeking the testimony of certain individuals we are reviewing all of those documents it sent. Thousands and thousands of documents. New York attorney general Letitia James has been scrutinizing whether trump manipulated the value of some of his real estate holdings for tax and insurance purposes. Zeroing in on at least four properties in three states Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance also continuing his criminal probe into possible bank tax and insurance fraud by the Trump Organization. Trump's attorneys deny wrongdoing in Cole both New York probes politically motivated. And they've asked the US supreme court for a second time to block release of his tax returns a decision is imminent. To the president's. Alleged short on numbers and then tens of millions of dollars certainly it looks to me like the president has some exposure to potential jail. And still facing fallout from allegations of sexual misconduct dating back decades trump could soon face deposition under oath. I do a judge recently allowing the defamation case of trump accuser and former Elle Magazine writer. As her attorney Roberta Kaplan vows to challenge the former president overs history of false and misleading statements. We deposed U you're not gonna get away with that Kaplan told the Washington Post. He had the mantle of the presidency and now that's gone. I had no idea. No one man who is also accused the other man have things that you know. It is day totally bald Jackie day. For ABC news live I'm Devin Dwyer in Washington. Fog cloudy future for Donald Trump thanks to Devin Dwyer for that report.

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