On Thursday, Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, reacted to positive news from the U.S. Supreme Court.
The court held hearings for a significant legal case that would determine if Trump could be included on the ballot for the upcoming November election.
During the hearing, the justices seemed doubtful of Colorado’s decision to disqualify Trump and posed challenging questions to the state’s lawyer.
Previously, Colorado’s highest court had ruled against Trump’s eligibility due to his alleged involvement in insurrection at the US Capitol.
However, Trump appealed this decision and it appeared that on Thursday, the justices were leaning towards supporting him.
Speaking outside Mar-a-Lago to reporters, Trump described the Supreme Court hearing as “a very beautiful process” and expressed his hope for continued democracy.
“So I just say that in watching the Supreme Court today, I thought it was very — it’s a very beautiful process. I hope that democracy of this country will continue, because right now we have a very, very tough situation with all of the radical left ideas, with the weaponization of politics. They weaponized it like it’s never been weaponized before. It’s totally illegal, but they do it anyway,” Trump said.
“And it has to stop. Every one of the court cases and I’m involved, every single one, civil, whether it’s the attorney generals or the district attorneys. You look at Fani in Georgia. They had many meetings with the White House and with the DoJ. They went there, eight hour meetings. It was all staged. It was a phony hoax. And now you’re looking at it and it is a phony hoax. And hopefully that case will be dismissed in short order. It’s a — it’s a disgrace to this country, But they work together with the Justice Department and the White House and not supposed to do that,” Trump added.
“Every one of these cases you see comes out of the White House, it comes out of Biden, it’s election interference, and it’s really very sad. I thought the presentation today was a very good one. I think it was well received — I hope it was well received. You have millions of people that are out there wanting to vote, and they happen to want to vote for me or the Republican Party, or whatever you want to — however you want to phrase it,” Trump continued.
Trump went on to call President Joe Biden “the worst president in the history of our country,” adding that he “can’t put two sentences together.”
“If the results of the election had been different, that’d be nice, you wouldn’t have the Ukrainian situation with Russia, you wouldn’t have had — we would not have had an attack on Israel, which was so horrible. You — we would not have had inflation. You wouldn’t have China talking about Taiwan. You wouldn’t have any of the problems that we have today,” Trump declared.
“And you’d certainly have a broke Iran and now you have a very rich Iran. Iran was broke when I left. They had no money to give to Hamas. They had no money to give to Hezbollah. And now they — they have 200 million plus as you probably know, people don’t like to admit it, they certainly control Iraq. And Iraq has another 300 billion. So a very, a very rich group of countries. And it’s a shame,” he said.
Trump added, “The world is in tremendous danger. We’re in danger of possibly a World War III. And we have a man who’s absolutely the worst president in the history of our country, can’t put two sentences together. He’s not going to be able to negotiate with Putin or Xi or Kim Jong-un, North Korea, not going to be able to negotiate with anybody. All he knows how to do is drop bombs all over the place, meaningless bombs, except they kill a lot of people.”
“It costs a lot of money. Every time you see a bomb, it’s another million dollars. And it actually sets us back. We have peace through strength. This should not be happening. The Middle East is blowing up. It’s blowing up. And a lot of people are being killed and it’s so unnecessary,” he concluded.