Trump: “November 5, Most Important Day in US History”

Meanwhile, the tycoon has two suspended court cases in Georgia and Florida

The next US presidential election will be historic. Donald Trump is convinced of this and explained in an interview on Fox: “November 5 will not only be the most important election, but also the most important day in the history of the United States.”

Trump also said he is “the opposite of a threat to democracy,” responding to Joe Biden’s recent statements and regarding the “legal battle” Democrats are waging against him. He clarified: “We have become a banana republic,” and then repeated that Biden was “the worst president in the history of the USA.”

Trump also commented on the trial of the president’s son Hunter Biden: “I know about addictions, I had an older alcoholic brother who suffered a lot, I never drank in my life; if you never drink, you’re not going to have a problem,” explained Trump, who also stated the need to “impose harsher penalties on drug dealers, up to and including the death penalty.”

Meanwhile, good news comes to Trump from Georgia and Florida. The Georgia Court of Appeals has effectively suspended the trial against him for allegedly trying to derail the 2020 presidential election; it must be determined whether Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis has a conflict of interest. A case about classified documents found at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida was also blocked by Judge Aileen Cannon, who explained that she wanted to investigate the “legality of the appointment” of special prosecutor Jack Smith.