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Trump’s Chilling Message To Democrats


Trump is not backing down.

During his recent address at the Alabama Republican Party Summer Dinner, Former President Donald Trump confidently stated that he remains unfazed by the indictments brought against him and believes that these charges will actually bolster his chances in the 2024 presidential race. He expressed his conviction that each indictment seems to improve his standing in the polls, and he even joked that he needs “one more indictment” to guarantee victory in the upcoming election.

According to Newsmax, Trump’s latest indictment, involving conspiracy to defraud the United States, was filed in federal court in Washington, D.C., and he pleaded not guilty to the charges. He criticized the timing of these accusations, claiming that the Biden administration purposely delayed the legal action until the election season when he had gained significant support.

The former president also launched a scathing attack on the special counsel leading the investigation, Jack Smith, referring to him as a “deranged human being” and suggesting that being nicer to him wouldn’t change his behavior. Trump was quick to dismiss the impact of the charges, citing his continued strong support in GOP primary polls, with approximately 53% backing, putting him ahead of his closest rival, Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida.


Trump attributed the string of indictments to the radical left’s desire to undermine him due to their inability to accept his previous victory against Hillary Clinton in 2016. He accused them of being a party of disinformation, fueling their hatred towards him.

In addition to the recent indictment, Trump has already faced charges in New York related to business record falsification in connection with hush money payments and a separate indictment in Florida over document storage at Mar-a-Lago. Another potential indictment is looming in Georgia over allegations of tampering with the 2020 election results.

Despite the legal challenges, Trump remains confident in his ability to overcome these obstacles and achieve victory in the 2024 presidential race.