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Trump Questions Public Reaction to Potential House Arrest Sentence

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We can’t help but admit we are good, bad, or indifferent. Donald Trump, the former president, is known for his hyperbolic language. Denying this is to deny the truth. Remember, I am not saying he is intentionally incendiary nor that he comes close to calling violence.

The Donald may even know what he is doing to rally Trump’s troops. But he can also play right into the hands of the left, when he “goes” there, giving them fresh meat they use to “prove” he is “out of control”, and therefore cannot be allowed to return to the Oval Office.

Here is Trump’s interview with “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.

After his conviction for falsifying business records in the Manhattan Trial, the former president was asked if he would be sentenced to jail or house arrest.

Trump’s response to the Fox question was classic:

You know, I’m not sure if the public could stand it. I’m not certain that the public will tolerate it. I don’t think the public would be able to handle it. At some point, you know there is a breaking point.

I will not comment on the above. However, “breaking point” is a powerful statement that both supporters and opponents can appreciate. Is this a well-thought out answer or over the top in response to a hypothetical question regarding political violence? It’s up to you.

Trump said the following to Fox about his feelings regarding possible jail time:

I don’t mind. One of my attorneys was on TV the other day saying that you wouldn’t do this to the President. I told him, “Don’t you… beg anything.” It’s the way things are.

I know Trump’s legal team will not “beg” for anything, but I am even more certain that they will fight against this travesty of justice with all they have — as it should.

Conclusion:

The Trump Derangement Syndrome people are not impossible to convince. I am sure that it is unlikely to send a former US president who has committed a non-violent offense to jail or prison.

What might happen if Trump was sentenced to prison or house arrest four days prior to the Republican National Convention, which is taking place in Milwaukee on July 11, 2017?

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