(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WACO, Texas (AP) — Facing a potential indictment, Donald Trump took a defiant stance at a rally Saturday in Waco, disparaging the prosecutors investigating him and predicting his vindication as he rallied supporters in a city made famous by deadly resistance against law enforcement. The extraordinary display opened Trump’s first rally of his 2024 Republican presidential campaign. Trump’s campaign insisted the location and timing of the event had nothing to do with the Waco siege or anniversary. “He’s an innocent man, just persecuted,” said Kregel, arguing an indictment would help Trump win in 2024. Associated Press writers Paul Weber in Waco, Texas, Michael R. Sisak in New York and Sagar Meghani in Washington contributed to this report.