Trump Sends Message to Biden after Supreme Court Ballot Ruling: ‘Fight Your Fight Yourself’

President Donald Trump has delivered an address in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on his eligibility to be only 2024 ballots.

As Slay News reported earlier, the SCOTUS ruled unanimously Monday morning that states cannot boot Trump from ballots by citing the 14th Amendment’s “insurrection” clause.

The ruling was a major blow to the Democrats’ hopes of interfering in the election by limiting voter choice to supposedly “save democracy.”

Speaking from Mar-a-Lago just hours after the ruling, Trump thanked the SCOTUS and sent a direct message to Democrat President Joe Biden.

“I want to start by thanking the Supreme Court for its unanimous decision today,” Trump said.

“It was a very important decision, were very well crafted, and I think it will go a long way toward bringing our country together, which our country needs.

“And they worked long, they worked hard, and frankly, they worked very quickly on something that will be spoken about 100 years from now and 200 years from now.

“Extremely important,” he noted.

Trump continued by blasting Biden for using judges and prosecutors to influence the election.

“Essentially, you cannot take somebody out of a race because an opponent would like to have it that way,” Trump said.

“And it has nothing to do with the fact that it’s the leading candidate, whether it was the leading candidate or a candidate that was well down on the totem pole.

“You cannot take somebody out of a race.”

“The voters can take the person out of the race very quickly.

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“But a court shouldn’t be doing that.

“And the Supreme Court saw that very well,” Trump said.

“And I really do believe that will be a unifying factor because while most states were thrilled to have me know, there were some that didn’t and they didn’t want that for political reasons.”

Trump touted his poll numbers, saying he is “beating President Biden in almost every poll.”

“If a president doesn’t have full immunity, you really don’t have a president because nobody that is serving in that office will have the courage to make, in many cases what would be the right decision, or it could be the wrong decision,” Trump said, adding that a president should not be prosecuted for doing something that is “for the good of the country and actually for the good of the world.”

“A president shouldn’t have that on his mind, and he has to have a free and clear mind when he makes very big decisions or it’s going to be nothing more than a ceremonial post,” he explained.

“You’ll be president. That’ll be a wonderful thing.

“And you won’t do anything because you don’t want to be hit by your opponent or hit by somebody else because who wants to leave office and go through what I’ve gone through?”

Trump went on to reflect on the legal challenges he is fighting during an election year, saying he is “being prosecuted by Biden,” saying every case is “in total coordination with the White House.”

The 2024 GOP frontrunner issued a message to Biden.

“I will say that President Biden, number one, stop weaponization.

“Fight your fight yourself.

“Don’t use prosecutors and judges to go after your opponent to try and damage your opponent so you can win an election,” he said.

“Our country is much bigger than that.”

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Meanwhile, the Supreme Court last week agreed to hear arguments on presidential immunity after Trump and his legal team brought the appeal to the high court.

Those arguments will be heard beginning on April 22.

A Supreme Court decision is expected in mid to late June.

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s election interference case is on hold pending that ruling.

On Monday, Trump said, “The whole thing is a rigged deal and the public understands it.”

“I’m lucky that I’m able to explain it to the public because if you weren’t able to explain it, the public wouldn’t know.

“They believe what they see,” Trump said.

But the former president stressed: “I don’t want to win this way.”

“Look, I want to win based on my policies,” he said.

“We’re going to cut taxes.

“We’re going to get interest rates down.

“You’re going to be able to buy homes again.

“I mean, you can’t buy a home today.

“The interest rates are so high.

“I want to win those supporters.”

Trump added: “I want to stop wars.

“I want to stop the war in Ukraine with Russia.

“I want to stop what’s happening in Israel would have never been attacked if I were president.

“Ukraine would have never, ever been attacked.

“If I was president, you wouldn’t have had inflation.

“Inflation was caused by high energy prices.

“I had low energy prices,” he noted.

“I would have kept them there very easily.

“And it probably maybe caused the war with Ukraine because Putin became rich.

“All of a sudden it went up so much.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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