The famous “Miranda warning” says that you have the right to remain silent. If you do not remain silent, everything you say can be used as evidence in your trial. Regarding the New York State Attorney General’s question, Trump refused to answer, but also to prevent his words from becoming evidence in court if he did not pay attention. He dared to do so because the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives Americans the right to be free from self-incrimination in any form or civil case. So Trump cited the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution 440 times and refused to answer questions, and the censors did not recruit.
Recently, Trump himself has been claiming that New York State’s investigation into his real estate business is a political persecution launched by his political opponents, so he does not cooperate with these investigations by New York State at all. According to online information, during the 2016 presidential election, Trump seized on the “email door” incident of his rival Hillary Clinton. Several of Hillary’s cronies borrowed the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution when facing related investigations and refused to answer relevant questions. Regarding the question, Trump sarcastically said, “If you are really innocent, why use the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution?” Now it is Trump’s turn, which is really ironic.
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