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In a recent interview with Newsmax, Former President Donald Trump suggested that Democrats might face prosecution in the future following his own conviction in the New York criminal hush money trial.

Trump indicated that his prosecution might set a precedent for targeting political opponents, a concern he has voiced since being charged with numerous criminal counts in various jurisdictions. “Does that mean the next president does it to them? That’s really the question,” Trump said. He added, “And wouldn’t it be really bad like, as an example, Hillary with the hammering of her cellphones and all of the things she did, but wouldn’t it be terrible to throw the president’s wife and the former secretary of state — you think of it, the former secretary of state, but the president, the president’s wife, into jail? Wouldn’t that be a terrible thing? But they want to do it. So, you know, it’s like it’s, it’s a terrible, terrible path that they’re leading us to. And it’s very possible that it’s gonna have to happen to them.”

This comes as Trump has already proposed appointing a special prosecutor to investigate President Biden and his family if he returns to office, labeling them as part of “the most corrupt president in the history of the USA.”

Trump also discussed the recent jury verdict from his New York trial, where he was found guilty on 34 felony counts related to falsifying business records during the 2016 campaign; Trump reiterated his intent to appeal. He attributed his legal troubles to President Biden and his administration. Attorney General Merrick Garland criticized such claims as “dangerous.”


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