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Trump Says He Thought a Political Prosecution of a Former President ‘Would Never Happen in America’

Donald Trump returned to Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night a political martyr to his millions of supporters.

After facing his day in court after a politically motivated grand jury indictment, the former president was arraigned and pleaded ‘not guilty’ on all 34 “felony” charges that were elevated from misdemeanors by radical Soros-backed District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Addressing his supporters at his Mar-a-Lago estate, Donald Trump told the public that he thought it would “never happen here.”

“And I never thought anything like this could happen in America,” Trump said. “Never thought it could happen.

“The only crime that I have committed is to fearlessly defend our nation from those who seek to destroy it,” he added.

Trump argued that “elections were like those of a Third World country. And now this massive election interference on a scale never seen before in our country

“Beginning with the radical left Soros-backed prosecutor Alvin Bragg of New York, who campaign on the fact that he would ‘get President Trump’,” Trump said.

“As it turns out, virtually everybody that has looked at this case, including RINOs and even hardcore Democrats say there is no crime and that it should never have been brought,” he added.

Donald Trump also addressed the Hunter Biden laptop investigations, as well as the alleged “classified documents” scandal.

He also made the bold move of insulting the judge and his family.

“I have a Trump-hating judge with a Trump-hating wife and family, whose daughter worked for Kamala Harris,” he said.

As reported earlier, the daughter of Judge Juan Merchan, who is currently presiding over former President Donald Trump’s case, reportedly had ties to the Democratic party.

According to archived information on her LinkedIn account, she worked on the Biden-Harris campaign, raising questions about impartiality in the ongoing legal proceedings.

The Trump trial’s next court hearing is slated for December 4.

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