Trump Reveals Revenge Strategy After Conviction

Daily Report June 04,2024

Former President Donald Trump has unveiled his next move against adversaries following his recent conviction in the hush-money trial.

In an exclusive Fox & Friends Weekend interview, the former president told co-hosts Rachel Campos-Duffy, Will Cain, and Pete Hegseth his next move would be to get revenge.

“My revenge will be a success,” Trump said. “These are bad people. These people are sick, and they do things that are so destructive… if it weren’t me, they’d be going after somebody else, and I know a lot of the competition. They wouldn’t do so well.”

The interview, which is the former president’s first interview since the verdict, did not feature many tough questions.

Trump discussed the nation’s most pressing issues, including his recently guilty verdict on 34 counts of falsifying business records in a Manhattan courtroom.

Following the guilty verdict, Trump’s lawyer, Todd Blanche, revealed that the legal team has vowed to appeal his conviction in a higher court.

The former president’s sentencing hearing has been scheduled for July 11, a few days after the Republican National Convention, where he is set to be officially selected as the GOP presidential nominee.

He also discussed his plans if elected to a second term, alongside the nation’s current state and trust in the government.

He slammed his hush money trial as “rigged” and claimed that he would declassify specific files, including the 9/11, JFK and Epstein files, to restore some trust lost in American institutions.

While speaking on the state of the country under President Joe Biden’s administration, Trump warned that a Biden second term could usher the nation into a depression just like the one that struck in 1929.

“If I don’t win, you’re going to have a depression like in 1929,” Trump said. “One of the greatest analysts on Wall Street, considered maybe the best, said the only reason the stock market’s high is because they think Trump will win.”

Trump also said he has two names in mind for his potential attorney general picks if he is re-elected. The former president, however, noted that he made mistakes with his choice of attorney general during his first term.

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