Trump makes an appearance in Georgia two days after indictment
'I never thought such a thing could happen in America,' Trump said during his speech.
Former President Donald Trump made an appearance in Georgia at a rally-like event two days after being indicted.
“They tried to frame me for treason and now they’re trying to do it again,” Trump said during the event, according to the New York Post.
Trump is facing a total of 37 counts, including conspiracy to obstruct and destruction and falsification of records.
He announced the indictment on Thursday, calling it a "dark day" in American history.
The rally was held at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center in Columbus, Georgia and had roughly 3,500 guests in attendance.
“Biden is trying to jail his leading political opponent … just like they do in Stalinist Russia or in communist China,” Trump said during his speech.
"I never thought such a thing could happen in America," he continued.
The 45th President is set to head to North Carolina after Georgia to give another speech.