Trump Vows to Keep Fighting for ‘This Country’ and ‘the Constitution’: ‘This Is Bigger than My Presidency’

President Donald Trump has asserted that his legal battle is far bigger than himself as he vows to continue fighting for the future of the country and the American people.

During a press conference on Friday, Trump declared the political persecution he is battling is a symptom of something deeply wrong with America’s weaponized justice system.

Trump said that he is prepared to continue fighting “for this country” and “for our Constitution,” despite the great personal risk.

“I’m out there, and I don’t mind being out there because I’m doing something for this country, and I’m doing something for our Constitution — it’s very important, far beyond me,” he said.

“This can’t be allowed to happen to other presidents; it should never be allowed to happen in the future.

“But this is far beyond me,” he asserted.

“This is bigger than Trump. This is bigger than me.”

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“It’s a very sad thing that’s happening in our country,” Trump later added.

“It’s a thing that I’m honored, in a way, I’m honored — it’s not that it’s pleasant.

“It’s very bad for family, it’s very bad for friends and businesses.

“But I’m honored to be involved in it because somebody has to do it.

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“And I might as well keep going and be the one.

“But I’m very honored to be involved because we’re fighting for our Constitution.”

Trump also noted that the “hush money” charges were another “hoax” like his impeachment cases.

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Elsewhere, Trump warned that “the public understands” that the charges against him are “a scam.”

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As Slay News reported, the jury in the so-called “hush money” trial returned a guilty verdict on all 34 counts of falsifying business records.

The charges would normally be a misdemeanor under state law.

However, as part of the “get-Trump” agenda, the charges were upgraded to a felony by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, a George Soros-funded Democrat.

Bragg argues that “hush money” payments were made with the intent to hide or commit another crime.

The jury did not have to agree on what that crime was.

The prosecution did not provide any evidence proving that Trump committed any crimes during the trial.

Trump, during the press conference, called the trial “very unfair.”

“We weren’t allowed to use our elections expert under any circumstances,” Trump said.

“You saw what happened to some of the witnesses who were crucified by this man,” he noted, speaking of Judge Juan Merchan, a Biden donor with Democrat ties.

“He looks like an angel but is really a devil,” Trump said of Merchan.

Trump listed several requests his defense team made, such as a venue change and for a judge “that wasn’t conflicted.”

“Nobody’s seen anything like it,” he said.

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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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