Former President Donald Trump falsely claimed on Monday that he was “never indicted” despite being indicted four times.
Trump went to Derby, New Hampshire to hold a rally and to sign up for the state’s GOP presidential primary.
Before the rally, Trump was asked by a reporter if he was concerned that his claim about Sidney Powell never being his attorney meant that his interactions with her “won’t be covered by attorney-client privilege”.
Last week, Powell pleaded guilty to six misdemeanor charges for conspiring to interfere with the election in exchange for cooperating with Georgia prosecutors in the racketeering case against Trump and many of his allies.
“No, not at all. We did nothing wrong,” Trump told the reporter Monday. “We did nothing wrong. This is all Biden, indictments and impeachments and this is all about Biden, he can’t do anything right. The only thing they know how to do is cheat in elections and election fraud. This is all by himself.”
“All of these indictments that you see. I was never indicted,” Trump added. “Practically never heard the word. It wasn’t a word that registered.”
Despite Trump’s claim he has been indicted four times on charges relating to his alleged mishandling of classified documents, hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels and his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.