Donald Trump reveals 'revenge' strategy after turning convicted felon, Internet concludes ex-prez 'doesn't care about people'

Donald Trump reveals 'revenge' strategy after turning convicted felon, Internet concludes ex-prez 'doesn't care about people'
Donald Trump revealed that his revenge after the hush money conviction is to return to the White House (Seth Wenig-Pool/Getty Images)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: Former President Donald Trump's only strategy to get even with his opponents after getting convicted in the New York hush money criminal case is to return to the White House for a second term, according to Fox News.

In an exclusive interview with 'Fox & Friends' on June 2, the Republican presumptive nominee stated, "My revenge will be success."

Last week, Trump, the first former president to be convicted in a criminal trial, was found guilty of all 34 felony counts of falsifying business records to conceal the payoff to adult film actress and director Stormy Daniels during the final leg of his 2016 presidential campaign.

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Donald Trump's hush money payment to Stormy Daniels was the heart of the criminal case against the ex-president (Getty Images)

The 45th president's revenge plan is likely linked to his frequent claims accusing President Joe Biden and the Democrats of bringing the politically motivated and "rigged" trial.

Donald Trump labels his opponents 'sick'

The MAGA spearhead continued condemning his adversaries for his guilty verdict.

"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 fumed during the interview.

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Donald Trump often accused President Joe Biden of being responsible for the hush money case against him (Getty Images)

In addition, he claimed the public would not stand his imprisonment, adding there would be "a breaking point" after a particular point.

Trump also weighed in on the vice president position, which he is expected to announce around the Republican National Convention in July. Besides choosing someone who can "be a good President" if something happens to the incumbent, the ex-POTUS said he wanted "somebody who can, selfishly, help" him to get elected.

During the interview, the White House hopeful also weighed in on crucial topics, including the criteria for an Attorney General if elected for a second term, and addressed the possibility of declassifying several controversial files.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 6: Former U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to court during his trial for allegedly covering up hush money payments at Manhattan Criminal Court on May 6, 2024 in New York City. Former U.S. President Donald Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first of his criminal cases to go to trial. (Photo by Steven Hirsch-Pool/Getty Images)
Donald Trump said the public would not stand if he got imprisoned after the hush money conviction (Steven Hirsch-Pool/Getty Images)

Trump responded with a "Yes" to co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy, indicating he would declassify the 9/11, JFK, and Epstein files to restore the lost trust in American institutions.

Furthermore, he took a swipe at former attorney generals Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr without naming them. Trump admitted he made a mistake during his selection in the first term, adding that he was considering two names for the position if elected in November.

Internet criticizes Donald Trump over his insistence to take 'revenge'

Netizens slammed Trump's revenge plan, suggesting he was running for the office for personal gains.

One user claimed, "And that's proof he doesn't care about the American people." Meanwhile, another wrote, "He really needs to drop out of the race for the good of the country. I just cannot vote for this man any longer."



"Trump is a disgrace to the office. 'Revenge' is the reaction of a child.," a user opined.

One response read, "Trump is lying again…He knows his original statement is getting crushed Goes back to the fact that Trump is willing to tell any lie at any time to get what he wants."

Someone else said, "Another reason he should be no where near the WH."




"The only bad person in this scenario is Donald Trump and those that continue to help him cheat lie deny and endanger our democracy .. man is sick," one wrote.

An individual added, "The felon man/child has absolutely no remorse - to spend 4 more years on a Revenge Tour only means he’s in it for himself, not our Country."

Another enraged remark read, "Lol, yeah, that’s what people want in a potential president. Someone hell bent on grievance and personal revenge. Good strategy. Hahaha."




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