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Donald Trump, Jr. it sounded from Jussi Smollett, after the news that the former “Empire”, actor, was indicted on six counts for allegedly lying to police about 2019 at the latest point of attack.
Special prosecutor Dan Webb in a statement announcing the charges against the 37-year-old actor on Tuesday. TMZ spoke with the president, and of the son, who had been vocal about the Smollett case may be, in New York City on Thursday, where the outlet is asked to give his thoughts on the new charges.
“Enabling this kind of violence, and that’s kind of, sort of hate it,” he said. “You know, I was one of the first people to call up and say,” I don’t know, man. If these people did it, then throw the book at them.” But, as you probably know, there are facts that do not seem to make sense at all.”
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Smollett, who is black and gay, was originally charged last year with disorderly conduct for allegedly staging the hate crime, the attack by the brothers Abel, and the Country Osundairo, who worked on “the Rich” by Smollett.
Donald Trump, Jr. comments on Jussi Smollett will be hit with a new lawsuit.
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In January of 2019 at the latest, Smollett had told the police that he was attacked by two masked men as he was walking to the home of the Chicago Subway, the sandwich shop at about 2 a.m. The actor, who alleged that the masked men taunted him with homophobic and racial slurs, beat him, and looped a noose around his neck on a flight.
Trump, Jr. just noticed that no one is talking about what would have happened had the police to a suspect in the place sussed out, Smollett’s alleged ruse.
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“Well, you know, it’s scary to think what would have happened if they caught someone,” he said. “You can’t let things sort of slide. I don’t know what it is, and I don’t know what the law says, but the whole situation is a terrible one.”
Donald Trump, Jr. was it that he did not believe Jussi Smollett, it will be faced with in the prison.
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He went on to note that he has spotted holes in Smollett’s the story from the get-go, and in particular, to take issue with the part of the actor’s story that he was going to be a Subway sandwich shop at 2 am in the freezing cold.
“He’s a good actor, but he’s a good writer,” Trump, Jr. told the outlet. “This is just plain stupid.”
When asked if he was of the opinion Smollett will see some time behind bars throughout the trial, Trump, Jr. it was with a blunt in his response.
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“It’s probably not that, because that’s the way it works these days,” he concluded.