Home Lifestyle Donald Trump assures that he will be a candidate for the presidency of the United States, even if he is convicted: “I will never give up!”

Donald Trump assures that he will be a candidate for the presidency of the United States, even if he is convicted: “I will never give up!”

by admin

On April 11, former US President Donald Trump said that he would not step down from the 2024 presidential race under any circumstances, even if he was convicted in a Manhattan court in the Stormy Daniels case.

Donald Trump For Fox News host Tucker Carlson that there was nothing that could force him to drop out of the race, saying, “It’s just not in my character, I’m not going to do it.” The interview then quickly turned to other topics and barely touched on the issue he accused Donald Trump of.

Ex-Chairman’s rival for the 2024 campaign, the former congressman from Arkansas Asa HutchinsonDonald Trump called for a withdrawal from the race earlier this month due to his indictment in New York Criminal Court, he says News agency that the charges against him were a “distraction”.

According to an ABC News/Ipsos poll on Sunday, 48% of Americans think Donald Trump should suspend his campaign, while a majority (53%) think he has committed illegal actions.

The former US president says the indictment will help his campaign, and his arrest last Tuesday “was a sad day in many ways” but “a good day in many ways,” insisting on the fact that court staff wept and apologized to him when he was arrested last week, a story that did not Supported by any evidence.

Last week, Donald Trump pleaded not guilty in Manhattan Criminal Court to 34 counts of falsifying business records. The case centers on payments Donald Trump allegedly approved to compensate his former aide, Michael Cohento send a $130,000 wire transfer to the porn star Stormy Daniels in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign, in an alleged effort to stop him from speaking publicly about an affair she allegedly had with him years earlier. The former US president has denounced the investigation as a politically motivated “witch-hunt” that he says unfairly targets him, such as the January 6 federal investigations and his possible mishandling of classified documents, as well as a criminal investigation in Georgia related to his attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election. The former president’s short detention period became a media spectacle that he tried to use to his political advantage to raise money and attract more attention to his election campaign. His campaign said it got $7 million In the days leading up to his sentencing.

If Donald Trump is convicted in Manhattan, he may not face legal hurdles upon his return to the White House. The Constitution does not prevent convicted felons from becoming president, and as a first-time felon, he likely wouldn’t face a significant prison sentence if convicted of a minor offense such as falsifying business records.

Donald Trump’s interview with Fox News is also the former president’s first with Tucker Carlson since the private text messages came to light last month. In these text messages, the journalist denounces Donald Trump’s accusations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election and expresses his personal disgust with the former president, at one point writing: “I hate him so badly.” The text messages were published as part of a lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems in a lawsuit $1.6 billion defamation against Fox News for publishing false accusations of fraud after the 2020 election.

Translated article from the American magazine Forbes – Author: Nicholas Rayman

<< لقراءة أيضًا: اتهام دونالد ترامب من قبل هيئة محلفين كبرى ، وهي سابقة لرئيس أمريكي سابق >>>

Related News

Leave a Comment