Trump Responds to ‘Big Win’ From SCOTUS: ‘Now I Am Free’

Former President Donald Trump celebrated a major victory at the Supreme Court on Monday, declaring that democracy had prevailed. The court ruled that presidents have immunity from prosecution for official acts, a decision that Trump believes is a crucial win for both himself and the Constitution. In response to the ruling, he proclaimed, “Now I am free.”

The ruling does not define the exact boundaries between official and unofficial acts, but it does establish that a president is protected from criminal prosecution for actions within his official duties. This protection, the court argues, is necessary to maintain the independence and effectiveness of the Executive Branch and allow the president to fulfill his constitutional obligations without fear of legal repercussions.

For Trump, this ruling is a significant victory in his ongoing battle against the Democratic Party and their alleged attempts to persecute him. He claims to have been relentlessly harassed by the left for years and sees this ruling as a victory over their “fascist and communist” tactics. With a sense of vindication, he confidently declared that he is now free to campaign like anyone else and that he and his supporters will “make America great again.”

The ruling itself states that presidential immunity for official acts is a fundamental principle of the Constitution. It affirms that, under the Constitution, a former president is entitled to absolute immunity from criminal prosecution for actions taken during his tenure. However, this does not extend to unofficial acts, and the court notes that there is no immunity in such cases.

This case has historical significance, as it marks the first time a former president has faced criminal prosecution for actions taken while in office. The court acknowledges the weight of this decision and recognizes that determining whether and when a prosecution can proceed requires careful consideration of the limits of presidential power. Ultimately, the court asserts that a former president must have some form of immunity from criminal prosecution for official acts in order to protect the authority and functions of the Executive Branch.

The court also argues that criminal prosecution poses a greater threat to a president’s power than seeking evidence in his possession. It notes that presidential immunity has previously been recognized in cases of civil damages and asserts that it should apply equally to all occupants of the Oval Office, regardless of their political affiliations.

On social media platform Truth Social, Trump rejoiced in the decision, stating that it should put an end to all the alleged witch hunts being carried out by Joe Biden and his administration. He specifically called out the “New York Hoaxes” and the criminal investigations initiated by New York Attorney General Tish James and District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whom he deems as unfair and biased against him. In a post on Truth Social, Trump praised the ruling once again, emphasizing that it is a win for the Constitution and for democracy, and expressing his pride in being an American.

On Truth Social, Trump said, the ruling “should end all of Crooked Joe Biden’s Witch Hunts against me, including the New York Hoaxes — The Manhattan SCAM cooked up by Soros backed D.A., Alvin Bragg, Racist New York Attorney General Tish James’ shameless ATTACK on the amazing business that I have built …”


“I have been harassed by the Democrat Party, Joe Biden, Obama, and their thugs, fascists, and communists for years,” Trump said, according to Fox News. “And now the courts have spoken.”

“This is a big win for our Constitution and for democracy. Now I am free to campaign like anyone else. We are leading in every poll — by a lot — and we will make America great again,” Trump said.

The Supreme Court ruling is a major victory for Trump and his supporters, who have been eagerly awaiting a decision in this case. With the court affirming the importance of presidential immunity for official acts, Trump can now continue to focus on his political endeavors without the constant threat of legal action looming over him. As he embarks on his journey to “Make America Great Again” once again, Trump and his followers are bound to seize on this ruling as evidence of their strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

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