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Trump Declares Victory Over Adversity Following Verdict

Former President vows to fight on despite a controversial trial outcome.

Former President Donald Trump, immediately after a New York court found him guilty on multiple counts of falsifying business records, voiced strong criticism of the trial process and declared his unwavering resolve to continue fighting. Speaking to Fox News Digital, Trump labeled the trial as a deep-seated injustice within the New York justice system, a sentiment echoing among his ardent supporters.

On Thursday, Trump faced a unanimous verdict on all 34 counts after just two days of deliberations, a conclusion that Trump and many of his supporters find questionable. The investigation, led by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who took over in 2022, has been under scrutiny, with accusations of political motivations tainting the process.

"The whole thing was rigged from day one — from the venue to the judge," Trump stated, expressing his disillusionment with the judicial environment in Lower Manhattan. He added, "We couldn’t get a fair trial."

Upon his return to Trump Tower Thursday evening, Trump described an enthusiastic crowd of thousands welcoming him back, a testament to the support he claims to have gained. He emphasized the broader implications of his trial, suggesting it reflects a corruption within the system, exacerbated by a "Soros-backed DA."

Looking ahead, Trump remains focused on his political campaign, with his sentencing scheduled just days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. Despite the timing, Trump is determined to challenge the date, though he anticipates resistance from Judge Juan Merchan, whom he believes has consistently opposed him.

The former president’s campaign spokeswoman, Karoline Leavitt, highlighted Trump's resilience throughout the trial, noting his significant media coverage, successful rallies, and strong fundraising efforts, which she claims have only bolstered his campaign against President Joe Biden and the Democrats.

As the presumptive Republican nominee for the 2024 presidential election, Trump is gearing up for what he considers "the most important day in the history of our country" on Election Day. Despite the setbacks, he remains optimistic about returning to the campaign trail, energized and ready to engage with voters across the nation.


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