“I didn't do anything wrong!” – Peter Doocy Ambushes Biden, Asks if He's Afraid of Being Indicted After Leaving the White House (VIDEO) | The Gateway expert

Reporters ambushed Joe Biden at the White House during a celebration for Super Bowl winners Kansas City Chiefs.

Reporters bombarded Joe Biden with questions about his trial against President Trump after a Manhattan jury found guilty.

Biden sent his top DOJ official Matthew Colangelo to New York to take down his main political rival Donald Trump.

Soros District Attorney Alvin Bragg and his top prosecutor Matthew Colangelo, with the help of corrupt Judge Merchan, went after Trump for non-crime charges related to “hush payments” to porn star Stormy Daniels.

A jury in Manhattan convicted Trump of all 34 crimes. We still don't know what crimes Trump committed.

Fox News' Peter Doocy asked Biden if he fears he will be indicted after he leaves the White House.

“Are you afraid that this could happen to you one day – someone will come forward with charges and try to take you to court after your term?” Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Biden.

“Not at all. I did nothing wrong! The system still works,” Biden said.

Biden also mocked Trump.

“[Trump] thinks you're pulling strings behind the scenes to help yourself,” Doocy said.

“I didn't know I was that powerful,” Biden said with a smug look on his face.

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