Former President Donald Trump just vowed to, if necessary, continue his 2024 campaign for the U.S. presidency from prison.
Trump, according to Fox News, made the vow during an appearance Friday on The John Fredricks Show.
In view of the various criminal charges that he is facing, Trump, during his appearance, was asked whether he would end his 2024 presidential campaign if he were to be convicted of one of these charges prior to the 2024 general election.
"Not at all," Trump replied.
The former president added, "There’s nothing in the Constitution to say that it could. Even the radical left crazies are saying, ‘No, that wouldn’t stop!’ And, it wouldn’t stop me either."
So, the bottom line appears to be that, despite the Democrats' best efforts, Trump is running for the presidency in 2024, whether they like it or not.
Trump is facing a myriad of criminal charges - from the dubious falsifying business records charges that have been brought against him by the George Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to the charges that have been brought against him by Special Counsel Jack Smith in relation to Trump's alleged improper retention of classified records.
This past week, Smith filed a superseding indictment, adding to the charges that he has brought against Trump in the classified records case. Smith charged Trump with an additional count of willful retention of national defense information and two new obstruction counts.
On top of these pending cases, there are also several potential indictments that may soon become realities. There are rumors that Trump may face an indictment for his alleged role in the Capitol protest of Jan. 6, 2021, and there are other rumors that he may face an indictment in Georgia for allegedly interfering in the administration of Georgia's 2020 general election.
Trump, throughout all of this, has insisted that he has done nothing wrong and that the investigations and indictments are politically motivated - that the Democrats are simply trying to stop his 2024 campaign.
Trump made it clear that this is not going to happen during his appearance on The John Fredricks Show.
Despite the indictments, Trump remains the clear favorite to win the Republican Party's 2024 presidential nomination.
There are many polls that also have Trump beating President Joe Biden - the Democratic Party favorite - in the general election.
Polling would suggest that, if anything, the numerous indictments brought against Trump have only served to make him a stronger candidate. The Democrats' plan appears to be backfiring.