President Trump addressed his upcoming indictment in Miami next week, slamming the federal investigation as one “of the most horrific abuses of power in the history of our country.”
“What’s happening to our country is a disgrace,” he told a crowd of Republicans in Greensboro, North Carolina at the GOP Convention on Saturday evening.
He continued, “At the end of the day, either the Communists destroy America or we destroy the Communists.”
Trump’s remarks were delivered on the heels of a speech he gave earlier in the day in Columbus, Georgia to Peach State Republicans. He also thrilled local supporters when he swung by a local Waffle House and met with patrons at the restaurant:
The 45th president hammered his point home: “We’re the only ones that can stop them [the Communists] …WE CAN STOP THEM COLD AND WE WILL.”
Trump also told Republicans on Saturday that he was the only candidate who could take on the corruption of the Deep State.
“I stand before you today as the only candidate who has what it takes to smash this corrupt system and to truly drain the swamp – and I’m the only one that they don’t want to do it,” he vowed.