Trump Reveals Plan for ‘Revenge’ to Restore Public Trust

( – Former President Donald Trump is gearing up for “revenge” following his conviction in New York by a Manhattan jury, and he says that revenge will be his success in November.

On Sunday, June 2nd, Trump sat down for his first formal interview with Fox News, appearing on “Fox & Friends Weekend.” The president was interviewed by hosts Will Cain, Pete Hegseth, and Rachel Campos-Duffy, and told them that his revenge would be his success in the polls and reclaiming his old job.

Trump told the three Fox hosts that those attacking him through the justice system “are bad people.” He also described them as “sick” and said “they do things that are so destructive.” Trump said that if not him, they would “be going after somebody else,” adding that he knows “a lot of the competition” and that he doesn’t believe they would “do so well.”

On Thursday, May 30th, a jury in Manhattan found Trump guilty on all 34 counts against him for falsifying business records. The former president slammed the trial as a “scam” and has maintained that all of the legal challenges against him have been part of a coordinated “witch hunt” directed by the Democratic Party to keep him from returning to the White House. Trump’s supporters have made similar comments, accusing Judge Juan Merchan of having a bias in favor of the prosecution, something Trump’s legal team used to push for Merchan’s recusal.

On top of the New York state legal system, Trump and his supporters also accuse President Joe Biden and the federal government’s justice system of coordinating with those at the local level against the former president as the chief contender opposing Biden in the upcoming election. Attorney General Merrick Garland spoke to the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, June 4th, and dismissed these claims as a “conspiracy theory” that attacks “the judicial process itself.”

Trump was also asked what qualities he would seek in a new Attorney General if he wins in November. Additionally, Trump discussed declassifying documents related to several notable conspiracies, such as the JFK assassination, the attacks on 9/11, and Jeffrey Epstein in order to rebuild public trust.

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