Former President Donald Trump was greeted with adoration by a fervent gathering in Durham, New Hampshire. Amidst their admiration, he made a solemn vow, assuring them that there was a certain action he would never undertake. Furthermore, he attributed his prosecution to this very action, placing the blame squarely upon it.

“Every time the radical left Democrats, Marxists, Communists, and fascists indict me, I consider it a great badge of honor because I am being indicted for you, thank you very much,” Trump said at the rally as the crowd started to shower him with affection. “Thank you, I appreciate it, thank you very much.”

The whole crowd then burst out chanting, “We love you! We love you! We love you!”

“Thank you,” the former president said as the chant started to catch on with the rest of the crowd.

“And never forget, our enemies want to take away my freedom because I will never allow them to take away your freedom,” the former president said.

“It is very simple when you think about it,” he said.

During a recent campaign event in Coralville, Iowa, President Trump delivered yet another speech. This time, he entertained the crowd by humorously imitating President Joe Biden’s attempt to exit a stage. The audience thoroughly enjoyed this parody reenactment. Additionally, Trump took the opportunity to comment on Biden’s perceived cognitive decline, highlighting that he himself had successfully completed a cognitive exam during his time in office.

“I took a physical, and I passed with flying colors,” the former president said. “And I took a cognitive exam. I said, ‘Doctor, give me anything you want. I want to take it.’ I think, actually, if you’re running for president I think you should be forced to take it. They say it’s not constitutional, so instead of — look, we love our constitution, but look at what we have in office. This guy can not pass a cognitive exam. But I took a cognitive exam, and I aced it. He said I aced it. Thank you very much, doctor.”

“I would know if it was going bad,” Trump continued. “I would tell you. If it’s going bad, I’ll be the first to know. You know who would be the first to know? Front Row Joe’s would be the first to know. They will tell me. They will say, ‘Sir, we love you. We’ve been here. We’ve gone to 120 rallies, but sir, it’s time for you to pack it in.’ And I would want them. I would want them to say that. I would want them. But I feel that right now, I am sharper than I was 20 years ago, and I don’t know why! I don’t know why. You know, it’s a very funny thing and a very minor thing, but I am a much better golfer than I was 10 or 15 years ago. It means something. You know, it means something in a certain way.”

However, it seems unlikely that Trump will cease his progress anytime soon, as he persistently dominates his rivals in the polls.

In recent weeks, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) highlighted a broader trend by referring to elections held worldwide. According to Gingrich, these elections demonstrate that not only the United States but also the entire globe has grown tired of the far left.

Gingrich specifically cited the elections in Argentina, Italy, and Hungary, drawing a parallel between them and the increasing popularity of former President Donald Trump. This comparison served as evidence to support his argument.

“This is about their survival. This is literally the behavior of an entire system, which understands it is on the verge of being destroyed,” the former Speaker said to Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

“They are looking at what happened in Italy and what just happened last week in Argentina. There is a worldwide movement against left-wing radical, socialist values. Look at Hungary. Again and again, average everyday people are saying no, we don’t want this,” the former Speaker said.

“The numbers for Trump right now get bigger and bigger and bigger. I think what you are seeing on the left is desperation that literally is a survival function. We’ve never seen this, maybe the South in 1860. Other than that, I have never seen this level of desperation in American politics, and it will get worse,” he said.