Trump Gives Interview On Fox News Following Conviction

Former President Donald Trump, recently convicted in New York on charges of falsifying business records, has vowed to reclaim his presidency as a form of retribution against his adversaries. In an exclusive interview with "Fox & Friends Weekend," Trump declared, "My revenge will be success."

In the interview, Trump expressed strong disdain for his opponents, stating, "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."

His comments follow a jury's verdict last week, finding him guilty on 34 counts of falsifying business records, a trial outcome he has decried as a "scam."

Supporters of Trump have echoed his criticisms, accusing Judge Juan Merchan of bias in favor of the prosecution. Additionally, there have been accusations that the Biden administration is using the justice system as a political weapon against Trump, who is seen as a major political rival.

During the interview, Trump touched on various critical topics, including his plans for the Attorney General position if he wins the upcoming election. Reflecting on past appointments, likely referring to Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr, Trump admitted to having made mistakes but mentioned he now has two strong candidates in mind for the role.

A particularly noteworthy segment of the interview was Trump's promise to declassify several controversial documents if elected. When asked by co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy about declassifying files related to 9/11, JFK, and Jeffrey Epstein, Trump affirmed, "Yes," asserting that this move would help restore trust in American institutions, which has been significantly eroded.

Despite his conviction, Trump's legal team has vowed to appeal the decision, potentially escalating the case to the New York appeals court or even higher. Meanwhile, Trump's political standing appears resilient. He currently holds a lead over President Biden in several key swing state polls, indicating public dissatisfaction with the current administration.

As Trump navigates this complex legal and political landscape, his determination to regain the presidency underscores his unyielding approach. The unfolding events suggest a tumultuous and high-stakes journey ahead, both in the courts and on the campaign trail.

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