The ultimate ‘revenge’ is coming to Biden, Trump vows

In a recent interview with “Fox & Friends Weekend,” 45th President Donald Trump, newly convicted in New York for falsifying business records, declared his intention to retaliate against his adversaries by reclaiming the presidency.

“My revenge will be success,” Trump stated emphatically during the exclusive sit-down. “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.”

Trump’s remarks follow a court decision that found him guilty on 34 counts of falsifying business records. He has consistently criticized the trial, labeling it a “scam.” His supporters have echoed his sentiments, accusing Judge Juan Merchan of bias and alleging that the Biden administration’s justice system is being used as a political weapon against Trump’s chief political adversary.

During the interview, which aired in multiple segments on Sunday, Trump addressed several crucial issues. He discussed the qualities he would seek in an Attorney General if re-elected, and his plans regarding the declassification of key files that have been the subject of widespread conspiracy theories and speculation.

When asked by co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy if he would declassify the 9/11, JFK, and Epstein files to help restore public trust in American institutions, Trump responded affirmatively. “Yes,” he said, indicating a willingness to make these documents public.

Trump also revealed that he has two potential candidates in mind for the Attorney General position, though he acknowledged that he made mistakes with this appointment during his first term, implicitly referencing his contentious relationships with former Attorneys General Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr.

Despite his legal troubles, Trump’s legal team has committed to appealing the conviction, which could escalate the case to the New York appeals court and potentially higher.

Trump remains a leading figure in the GOP and holds leads over President Biden in several key swing state polls, reflecting dissatisfaction with the current administration.

As he navigates his legal challenges, Trump is focused on using his potential return to the White House as a platform for vindication and success.

1 thought on “The ultimate ‘revenge’ is coming to Biden, Trump vows”

  1. John Torrey Baird

    I urge those who still support Biden to Google Trump reception at UFC, and Trump takes lap in “The Beast” at Indianapolis 500. Watch and join the GOP to defeat the most corrupt, authoritarian politician in US history.

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