Relentless Trump Vows to Fight for Presidency From Prison If He Has to

Former President Trump vowed to remain unperturbed in his fight to reclaim the White House in the 2024 election. That’s regardless of whether he gets convicted and jailed.

Unyielding Trump

Trump, who became the first 2024 presidential candidacy in November, promised to never give up his campaign, regardless of what might happen with the multiple leftist legal attacks that he has been fending off.

In an interview with Tucker Carson on Fox News last week, Trump stated he “would never drop out” of the race. He added quitting was “not” his “thing,” as cited by The New York Post.

The new vow by Trump came after April 4, when Manhattan’s DA Alvin Bragg charged him with a whopping 34 counts of financial crime charges in a case that even anti-Trump law professors say has little merit.

At the same time, his company, the Trump Organization, is being sued for $250 million by New York State’s woke Attorney General Letitia James. Last year, the company was found guilty of tax crimes.


He Faces Multiple Legal Attacks by Lunatic Left

At the same time, there are also the two probes launched by Attorney General Merrick Garland against Trump.

One is over his alleged attempts to overturn the results from the last presidential election and another is over his alleged possession of classified US government documents.

Both of those investigations are spearheaded by Democratic Special Counsel Jack Smith. In his interview with Fox’s Tucker Carlson, Trump once again expressed his dismay at the legal accusations against him.

As per the US Constitution, Donald Trump would still be allowed to run for president and assume office even if he were to be convicted of the crimes of which he stands accused.

University of North Carolina law professor Michael Gerhardt told the Post that Trump could theoretically run for the White House, even if he somehow happened to “be in prison” ahead of the next presidential vote.

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.