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Trump’s Prison Threat: Will His Supporters Take to the Streets?

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Former President Donald Trump has expressed concerns that the public might find it difficult to accept the possibility of his imprisonment or house arrest. He suggested that this could lead to “civil war and armed insurrection,” similar to the Capitol storming by his staunch supporters who rejected the results of the 2020 election.

During an interview with Fox News on the 2nd, Trump acknowledged the potential for his imprisonment or house arrest, stating, “I’m OK with it.” He emphasized, “I don’t think the public would stand it. I’m not sure the public would stand for it.

“I think it would be tough for the public to take, you know, at a certain point, there’s a breaking point,” Trump said.

With only a few days left before the Republican National Convention (July 15-18), Trump criticized the possibility of a sentencing trial against him as “it’s part of the game” created by his opponents. Responding to President Joe Biden’s criticism of him as a “threat to democracy.” “I am the opposite of a threat to democracy,” Trump retorted.

In a rare critique of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump cautioned that Putin is “up to no good” and asserted that he possesses a plan to end the war in Ukraine.

Trump mentioned that he has good relations with both Putin and Zelensky, the President of Ukraine. He added that he would facilitate direct negotiations by bringing them together in one room. He also claimed to have a detailed plan for achieving peace.

Trump criticized the global situation under Biden’s administration as out of control, noting that Iran has regained prominence and that he has managed to control North Korea’s influence somewhat. On the trade deficit with China, he emphasized the tremendous potential to overpower China and mentioned his ability to maintain good relations with the country.

Meanwhile, public opinion in the United States regarding the guilty verdict related to Trump’s hush money scandal is sharply divided along party lines. According to the survey conducted by ABC News and Ipsos between the 31st of last month and the 1st, targeting 781 adult men and women (margin of error ±3.7%), 50% answered that they believed the guilty verdict against Trump was correct, and 49% said that Trump should not run for office in the November election.

Daniel Kim
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