Trump Rails Against Possible Indictment in First Official Rally

Former President Donald Trump held his first official campaign rally since leaving office in Waco, Texas on Saturday. In front of a crowd of thousands, the former president railed against a possible indictment as a grand jury investigating him is set to reconvene on Monday.

During his speech, Trump did not directly address the ongoing investigation but instead criticized what he called "unfair and politically motivated attacks" against him. He also took aim at President Joe Biden's administration and their handling of various issues including immigration and foreign policy.

The prospect of an indictment has been looming over the former president since he left office earlier this year. The grand jury is reportedly looking into whether or not Trump illegally pressured election officials in Georgia to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

While there has been no confirmation that charges will be filed against him, Trump supporters at Saturday's rally were quick to voice their support for the former president.

"I think it's ridiculous that they're even considering an indictment," said one attendee. "He did nothing wrong."

Despite losing both the popular vote and electoral college in last year's election, Trump still maintains a strong base of supporters who have remained loyal to him throughout his presidency and beyond.

As for what comes next for Donald Trump, it remains unclear. But with investigations mounting and legal battles looming ahead, it seems likely that he will remain under intense scrutiny for some time to come.

Nikole Killion reporting.