Donald Trump on Friday defended the handling of surveillance footage at his Florida home that is at the center of major new criminal charges in the federal case over the former president’s retention of classified documents.
“These are my tapes that we gave to them,” Trump told a conservative radio host in his first public interview since being accused of the new crimes.
“And they basically then say, ‘That’s not enough,’” Trump said on “The John Fredericks Show.”
Trump, the leading candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, also vowed to continue his campaign even if he is convicted and sentenced.
“Not at all, there’s nothing in the Constitution to say that it could,” Trump said when asked if being sentenced would end his presidential bid.
Later in the day, Trump fired off several social media posts raging against the Department of Justice.
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