Donald Trump just scored a major win after this report revealed a stunning truth about his indictment

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Democrats seem to think that the walls are finally closing in on Donald Trump.

After countless investigations, they finally indicted the former President over alleged hush money payments to a porn star.

But now Donald Trump just scored a major win after this report revealed a stunning truth about his indictment.

Democrats have made clear Trump “cannot be re-elected”

Manhattan Democrat District Attorney Alvin Bragg has made quite the name for himself after he indicted former President Donald Trump on 34 felony charges.

The charges stem from payments allegedly made on behalf of Trump to porn Stormy Daniels to prevent her from speaking publicly about an affair the two had.

Most Republicans have pushed the indictment off as a politically motivated attack that won’t stick.

However, many on the Left see this as the moment they’ve all been waiting for — Trump is going to prison and won’t be a candidate for President in 2024.

Former First Lady Hillary Clinton commented on the indictment during an interview with Sky News.

According to Clinton, “even if [Trump] gets the Republican nomination, he cannot… be re-elected president,” because “more people are onto him and his behavior than they were before.”

Clinton thinks that because there are “many more” investigations, Trump won’t win the Presidency – something she clearly knows very little about.

Trump raised nearly 40% of his entire quarter in just 3 days following his indictment

Trump’s latest fundraising figures might just tell a different story.

The former President’s first quarter fundraising numbers were released recently, and they showed the enormous impact that the indictment had on his campaign’s receipts.

Trump went from raising an impressive $170,000 per day to raising $4 million dollars in the 24 hours that followed his indictment.

In total, he raised nearly $19 million from January 1 to March 31, including $7 million that came in the last 3 days of the quarter — nearly 40% of the total.

Trump’s good news didn’t stop with his fundraising efforts.

Poll indicates Trump would have “100% chance” at winning Iowa Caucuses

The first Presidential Primary in 2024 is the January Iowa Caucuses, and a recent poll of 400 likely caucus goers suggested that Trump could win the first nominating contest in a landslide.

A poll from Victory Insights indicated that Trump has the support of 54% of likely caucus goers, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the only other Republican remotely close.

The other three Republicans who have announced their candidacy – former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy – couldn’t even combine to muster DeSantis’ level of support, much less Trump’s.

The poll also asked participants how they would vote, should the race come down to a head-to-head matchup between Trump and DeSantis.

While the overwhelming majority of those who chose someone other than the top-two Republicans flocked to support DeSantis in that scenario, Trump still led, 59-41. 40.7%.

According to Victory Insights, “Trump’s lead is far outside the poll’s margin of error,” and that “Trump is the clear frontrunner in Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses.”

Their analysis indicated that Trump’s indictment led to his boost, and if the caucuses were today, he would have “100% chance of victory.”

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.