Donald Trump stated that even if he is convicted in any of the ongoing judicial processes, he will continue his electoral campaign with the aim of running for the presidency of the United States in 2024.
In an interview on the radio program “The John Fredericks Show,” he affirmed that there is nothing in the Constitution that prevents him from doing so.
The businessman and former U.S. president is facing charges of obstruction of justice and intentional withholding of classified information in the case of documents found at his Mar-a-Lago mansion in Florida, for which he was already indicted in May.
He is also accused of alleged attempts to delete surveillance footage at that residence during the summer of 2022 and could be charged for his role in the assault by thousands of his supporters on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Regarding this, he said, “They are using the Department of Justice and the FBI to go after candidates. It’s a fairly common tactic in the third world, and now this country is using it for the first time.”