In a recent revelation, former President Donald Trump has indicated that if he’s victorious in the upcoming 2024 Presidential race, he may have “no choice” but to incarcerate his political adversaries.
This statement comes on the heels of his belief that his political rivals have shown similar intentions towards him and those close to him.
The former president’s bold comments surfaced during an insightful conversation with the esteemed conservative radio figure, Glenn Beck.
Beck noted that during Trump’s 2016 campaign, he actively promoted the chant “lock her up” in reference to Hillary Clinton.
“And then when you became president, you said, ‘We don’t do that in America. That’s just not the right thing to do,'” Beck said. “That’s what they’re doing. Do you regret not locking her up? And if you’re president again, will you lock people up?”
“Well, I’ll give you an example,” Trump said. “The answer is you have no choice because they’re doing it to us.”
“I always had such great respect for the office of the president and the presidency,” he added. “And I never hit Biden as hard as I could have. And then I heard he was trying to indict me and it was him that was doing it.”
While Trump posited Biden was the driving force behind “every one of” the four separate indictments he’s facing, he said: “I don’t think he’s sharp enough to think about much, but he was there, and he was probably the one giving the order.”
The former president then expressed his suspicions about Biden’s purported partnership with both the Manhattan DA’s office and Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis.
With a staggering 13 felony charges arising from the Fulton County indictment and an additional slew of charges stemming from special counsel Jack Smith’s investigations, the legal pressures on Trump are mounting.
Previously, Trump was indicted in Manhattan, with charges tied to alleged payments involving adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.
Industry experts from Forbes have estimated that if found guilty on all charges, Trump could theoretically face up to 717 years in prison. However, legal pundits argue it’s improbable for him to get the maximum sentence.
Adding another layer to the narrative, Trump did not hold back during his talk with Beck when discussing E. Jean Carroll.
Carroll, who alleges Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s, was labeled by Trump as “a Democrat operative . . . paid for by the Democrat party.”
A previous court found Trump at fault for both battery and defamation, awarding Carroll $5 million in damages.
A second trial, spurred by Trump’s reiterated allegations, is scheduled on the eve of the Iowa caucuses. Given its civil nature, Trump isn’t mandated to be physically present.
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