Trump Rails Against Federal Charges And Accuses Biden Of ‘Weaponizing’ Justice Department

Former president says he considers the two indictments a ‘great badge of courage’ during a speech at the Road to Majority conference

Donald Trump has derided the substantial federal charges against him, downplaying the numerous legal threats he faces while attacking Joe Biden for allegedly having “weaponized” the department of justice for political gain.

Speaking on Saturday at the Road to Majority conference in Washington, hosted by the right-wing evangelical Faith and Freedom Coalition, Trump said he considered each of the two indictments he has received so far to be a “great badge of courage”.

“Joe Biden has weaponized law enforcement to interfere in our elections,” Trump told the conservative audience. “I’m being indicted for you.”

“Whatever documents a president decides to take with him, he has the absolute right to take them,” Trump falsely claimed.