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Trump Makes New Vow to Continue Running for President Even if He’s Convicted

Donald Trump, a former US president, reportedly stated on Friday that he would continue to pursue the presidency even if he were found guilty and given a term in one of the several criminal investigations he is facing.

A day after federal prosecutors added three felony counts to the indictment against him for his handling of secret data, the 77-year-old Republican front-runner was questioned about his response to the federal and state allegations he faces as he runs for a second term in 2024.

When asked by conservative talk show host John Fredericks if being sentenced would end his campaign, replied: “Not at all. There’s nothing in the Constitution to say that it could.”

“And even the radical left crazies are saying not at all, that wouldn’t stop (me) — and it wouldn’t stop me either. These people are sick. What they are doing is absolutely horrible,” Trump continued.

“Nobody has ever gone through this. This is crazy,” he added after claiming that other President’s such as Barack Obama had kept classified documents under similar circumstance in the past.

In the classified papers case, the former president was initially charged last month with jeopardizing national security by keeping top-secret nuclear and defense material after leaving the White House.

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