COLUMBUS - President Trump will be stopping in Columbus, GA for the GA GOP Convention. This will be his first public appearance since the abusive federal indictments. It is the first time in U.S. history an ex-president faces federal charges.
President Trump has already had two indictments filed against him by Alvin Bragg in New York and Jack Smith, special council. He will likely discuss the these charges, and their potential impact on his 2024 campaign. This persecution is unprecedented.
He is also expected to speak about the election fraud that has been found in Georgia and across the country.
At her speech last night at the convention, Arizona's Kari Lake said she spoke with Trump and he was in good spirits, ready for the fight.