BREAKING: Trump BLASTS his Georgia indictment during Tucker X interview, says Dems have denied elections and never faced charges

"Democrats don't get indicted for things like that. They don't get impeached."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

In an interview with Tucker Carlson on Wednesday as other Republican candidates gathered for the RNC primary debate in Milwaukee, 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump blasted Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams who have denied their election loses and did not face indictments like he has.

Carlson asked Trump how he remains "so cheerful" when he’s been indicted so many times in the last few months, to which Trump said, "I think it’s a lot easier because I’m so high in the polls, because it means that people get it."

"The people see it’s a fraud," he added, saying that with the most recent indictment out of Georgia, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is essentially saying "I don’t have any right to challenge the election."

"Well, what about Stacey Abrams? What about Hillary Clinton? What about all of these Democrats that are still challenging my election, the same people that are saying 'he’s challenging an election' challenged my election."

Trump said they did this with alternative slates of electors, much like what he’s been indicted for, "they did it with all sorts of things that were very bad."

"But basically, they're suing me. And they're saying you don't have any right to challenge and if you challenge that election, we're going to indict you and put you in jail."

When asked if he thought if Stacey Abrams would be indicted for the same thing, Trump said, "No, of course not."

"Democrats don't get indicted for things like that. They don't get impeached."

Abrams has denied that she lost the 2018 election against Republican Brian Kemp numerous times, saying that the election was "rigged," "stolen," and that the "process was not fair."

Abrams has said she would never concede, saying that "concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper."

Clinton has also claimed that the election was stolen from her, saying in a 2019 video about the 2016 election, "You can run the best campaign. You can even become the nominee. And you can have the election stolen from you."

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