As President Trump was indicted on 37 federal charges this week stemming from documents stored as his Mar-a-Lago estate, the news has dominated headlines for the last few days.

So far, it seems like everyone has offered their opinion of the indictment except for Trump himself, who has mostly remained quiet on the matter and chose to continue to focus on his 2024 Presidential campaign.

The President willfully choosing to withhold public comment could stem from threats of a gag order, but also show that he is focused and will not be sidetracked by the indictment.

Last night, Trump posted a video to Truth Social to promote his 2024 campaign, accompanied by a fundraising link to WinRed.


He did post an additional fundraising link that referenced the indictment and a public statement, but the majority of his posts in recent days have been focused on his Presidential run.

He took to Truth Social to post a video of Biden’s recent spill at an Air Force Academy graduation juxtaposed with him golfing and hitting Biden with his golf ball.

Recent polling has shown Biden and Trump neck and neck in the 2024 election, with a RealClearPolitics polling average having Trump ahead by 1.8%.

After Trump was indicted by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg earlier this year, polling indicated that an overwhelming majority of Republicans stood behind him, with an NBC News poll finding that 70% of Republican voters did not see it as a major concern.

The Daily Mail Reports

Donald Trump has ignored his indictment scandal and posted a video mocking Joe Biden’s recent fall as he attempts to bring focus to his 2024 presidential campaign.

The former Apprentice host was indicted on federal charges this week including obstruction and a violation of the Espionage Act over the classified documents he took to his Florida estate Mar-a-Lago after leaving the White House.

He has been hit with 37 counts by the Department of Justice and has made him the first former president to face federal charges.

But Trump, who is yet to speak publicly about the indictment, took to his platform on Truth Social to make fun of President Biden’s recent fall during a graduation ceremony on June 1.

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