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Trump tells Fox News he’s ‘ok’ with serving potential jail term

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Donald Trump on Fox & Friends Weekend.

The American public, however, is unlikely to “stand for” him being incarcerated or placed under house arrest, the ex-US president has said.

Former US President Donald Trump says he is “OK” with serving potential jail time or being placed under house arrest over his 34 convictions for falsifying business records. Any punishment, however, is not likely to be taken lightly by the public, he added.

The ex-president made the remarks in an interview with Fox News aired Sunday. Asked about the potential punishments, Trump said he is “ok with it.”

“I saw one of my lawyers the other day on television saying, ‘Oh no, you don’t want to do that to the president.’ I said, ‘You don’t beg for anything,’” he stated, suggesting, however, that the potential punishments would anger his supporters.

“I don’t think the public would stand it. I’m not sure the public would stand for it.”

Trump reiterated his take on the case against him regarding alleged ‘hush money’ payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels in the wake of the 2016 election and the falsified paperwork to hide them, dismissing it as politically-motivated persecution.

“People get it. It’s a scam. And the Republican Party… they’ve stuck together in this. They see it’s a weaponization of the Justice Department of the FBI and that’s all coming out of Washington,” he said.

The former president was found guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records by a Manhattan jury on Thursday. Each charge carries a maximum penalty of four years behind bars. Trump’s legal team has already vowed to appeal, with the ex-president saying the “real verdict” will be delivered by the public in the election on November 5.

Trump is now the first US president to be convicted of a felony. Sentencing has been scheduled for July 11, just ahead of the Republican National Convention.

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  1. The US people will be free and able to live like the Constitution stipulates when the US federal government is completely removed. The US federal government is completely and irredeemably corrupt and is an abuse of the intent of the Founding Fathers of the US. The US federal government abuses the people and is a parasite upon the back of the people of the US.

    I hope that when President Trump is re-elected, he sends in the US Marines into at least (and not limited to) the DOJ, FBI, FEMA, IRS, CIA and finds those who are corrupt: The penalty for treason is quite serious.

    However, I do have a “gut feeling” that there may not actually be an election in 2024: President Trump is being used in order to show the people how corrupt the federal government actually is, so that when the US Military remove them, the people understand that it is not a Military coup that is taking place but is, in fact, a liberation.

    Long live the United States.
    May the people of the United States be free from an overbearing and corrupt government.


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