The former US president said he’s done nothing wrong, but added that charges wouldn’t stop him from running for office again
Former US President Donald Trump said that criminal charges wouldn’t prevent him from running for office in 2024, but would cause “big problems”In the country. Trump maintained that he did not break any laws despite being subject to multiple investigations.
“I can’t imagine being indicted. I’ve done nothing wrong,”Trump said this to Hugh Hewitt as a radio host Thursday. However, should he be slapped with criminal charges, he doesn’t “think the people of the United States would stand for it.”
“I think if it happened, I think you’d have problems in this country the likes of which perhaps, we’ve never seen before…big problems,”He added.
Trump is currently under three grand jury investigation. A District of Columbia investigation is currently looking at Trump’s alleged misuse of classified documents from his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate. Meanwhile, a federal probe is investigating his involvement in the riot that occurred on Capitol Hill in January 2021. Meanwhile, a state probe in Georgia is investigating whether the former president broke the law by pressuring state officials to overturn Joe Biden’s electoral victory in the state in 2020.
The January 6 investigation has seen federal agents seize communications records of Trump’s allies, while the DC probe saw FBI agents stage a raid on Mar-a-Lago in search of secret documents. Trump claims that Trump declassified all documents that were on his property and that the raid wasn’t a heist. “third world”Example of “political persecution.”
If Trump is actually arrested, he stated that he “would have no prohibition against running”For the presidency again. Trump may not have officially announced his intention to run for president in 2024. But he leads all polls on Republican candidates.
“There is no reason that they can [indict me],”Trump stated to Hewitt “other than if they’re just sick and deranged, which is always possible.”
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