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"The Victim Candidate" — How Donald Trump Can Win Despite  (Thanks To?) Indictment

Even after being indicted on federal charges, a "persecuted" Donald Trump could win again.

Photo of Former President Donald Trump tipping his red hat in front of an audience

Former U.S. President Donald Trump in Georgia on June 8

Jeff MacLeod

Donald Trump has reportedly been indicted on federal charges for his handling of classified documents after he lost the 2020 presidential election.

The indictment follows an investigation into his handling of top-secret documents after he vacated the Oval Office and allegations he obstructed the federal government’s efforts to retrieve them.

Nonetheless, Trump could still win the Republican Party’s nomination for president in 2024. Even under indictments federally and in the state of New York, his popularity among many Republicans and MAGA supporters remains undiminished. With that unwavering support, he may go on to become president of the United States again.

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