(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump said that he anticipates “big problems” if the partisan Department of Justice uses the documents taken during their Mar-a-Lago raid to indict him, Valiant News reported.
In an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, Trump said that he did not believe that the American people would allow such nonsense when asked about the possibility of being indicted after the politically-charged raid.
“I don’t think the people of the United States would stand for it,” Trump said. The former president added added, “As you know if a thing like that happened, I would have no prohibition against running,” he added, alluding to a potential 2024 presidential bid.
“I think you’d have problems in this country the likes of which perhaps we’ve never seen before,” Trump continued. “I don’t think the people of the United States would stand for it.”
The former president also noted that the American people know that he is “totally innocent” and would, therefore, back him if he were wrongfully accused.
Trump’s words sent the establishment media into a frenzy, since he and his supporters have gone from “undesireables” to outright criminals in the eyes of the swamp.
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“Well, look, in the aftermath of Jan. 6, you obviously have to raise the question. I mean, it certainly—at least he didn’t say it explicitly, but it does raise the possibility of a violent protest,” Wallace began.
“And that is a concern,” the former Fox News Sunday host continued. “You know, the world changed after Jan. 6, and Donald Trump’s words and the what—it doesn’t matter what I hear, it’s what his followers hear. And clearly what—what they hear is a call to arms in many cases.”