Title: Trump Denounces Federal Indictment at Campaign Rally

Former President Donald Trump spoke out against his recent federal indictment during a campaign event held in Windham, New Hampshire. He expressed his frustration and blamed President Biden for the legal troubles he currently faces, asserting that these charges would hinder his ability to actively participate in the campaign trail.

This visit to New Hampshire marked Trump’s first appearance in an early voting state since his arraignment on charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. He criticized the indictment, accusing his political adversaries of attempting to divert his attention from the campaign. Additionally, he claimed that these legal controversies were preventing him from attending important events in Iowa and New Hampshire. The crowd of supporters responded to his comments with enthusiastic chants.

Currently, Trump is confronted with charges linked to his actions before the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, as well as his subsequent attempts to obstruct the certification of the 2020 presidential election results. In a federal court in Washington D.C., he entered a plea of not guilty to these charges.

Despite these indictments, Trump remains a strong front-runner in the 2024 Republican presidential nomination race. He emphasized various polls that indicate his lead over his competitors, and even jokingly remarked that “one more indictment and I think this election’s over.”

The supporters in attendance at the event echoed his sentiments, with one stating that the indictments only serve to enhance their loyalty and commitment to the former president.

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