Trump’s Warning To Biden

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

On Saturday (June 10), former President Donald Trump announced that he would stand firm in his 2024 presidential campaign, despite being indicted again, this time about handling classified material this week.

“I will never yield,” the former President declared at the North Carolina GOP convention, adding, “I will never be deterred.”

Earlier on Saturday, during remarks at the Georgia GOP convention, Trump told attendees, “On November 5, 2024,” we will “stand up to the corrupt political establishment.”

He suggested Republicans would “evict… totally corrupt” President Joe Biden from the Oval Office, and he and his supporters would “finish the job that we started.”

In an indictment unsealed Friday (June 9), Trump was charged with 37 counts related to his alleged mishandling of classified materials and efforts to prevent the federal government from obtaining them.

Despite the legal backlash, Trump remained undeterred in his first public appearances since being indicted by Department of Justice special counsel Jack Smith.

On a flight between Georgia and North Carolina events, Trump told POLITICO that he would stay in the race even if convicted.

“I’ll never leave,” Trump said, adding that, “if I left, I would have left prior to the original race in 2016.”

He added 2016 was a “rough” Presidential campaign, suggesting that “in theory, [2016] was not doable.”

Trump also expressed his displeasure with the charges, declaring, “Nobody wants to be indicted.”

The former President also substantiated his claims that the probe is politically motivated, relaying that “I went through my whole life, now I get indicted every two months.”