Trump says Tucker Carlson is 'exactly right' about the Biden DOJ's 'political prosecution' of him over classified documents

"They can't beat me at the ballot box so they're out there trying to take me out by other means, anything they can think of. These people don't love our country."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Donald Trump responded to a new episode of Tucker Carlson on Twitter in which he addressed the latest indictment against Trump, this time from Biden's Department of Justice. The 2024 GOP frontrunner called out the Washington establishment and Biden’s Department of Justice for their indictment against him, as Carlson did.

"Tucker Carlson, a very good guy, is exactly right. The number one reason the totally corrupt Biden administration and the sick Washington Establishment are after me is because I stand up to their failed foreign policy agenda," Trump said in a video posted on Friday.

“The one thing that Washington can not forgive is that I put America First, always put America First, could never help it. I have to do that in order to Make America Great Again."

Trump said that he rejects "their foolish and disastrous foreign wars, their horrific globalist trade deals, their open borders catastrophes, their corruption of our intelligence system, and it's never been more corrupt, and all of the other betrayals of the American people."

Trump said the "warmongers, globalists, and deep staters" are "absolutely livid" that he refused "to bend the knee to their endless war in Ukraine."

"I want peace," he declared, saying that these groups want money and conflict, "even if it means walking us into the brink of WW3."

"I’ll end that war between those two countries in 24 hours. It won't even take that long. I will get the war ended. I will stop all of those lives from being wasted and lost. And they'll be no more bombing of Ukraine. They'll be no more bombing of Russia. And everybody will be happy."

"That's why despite the massive criminality and corruption of the Clintons, the Bidens, the Obamas and all the rest none of them ever get indicted or ever get investigated. They're totally protected by a fake and disgusting system," Trump said.

Trump said that despite doing "everything right," the "system tries to throw me into a jail."

"They can't beat me at the ballot box so they're out there trying to take me out by other means, anything they can think of. These people don't love our country."

Trump said that if he renounced his beliefs or stayed silent, "the persecution would stop.  If I didn't run for office or if I wasn't leading by a lot, it would all end and end very nicely. I would have a much easier life. But I can't do that, and I won't do that."

Trump said the reason he was leading in polls against Biden and DeSantis was because "they’re doing a bad job."

"I'm going to take on all of the forces that are trying to destroy this country, and I'm going to win for you. On November 5th, 2024 justice will be done"

During Carlson’s Tuesday episode, which premiered the same day Trump was arraigned on charges brought forth by Biden’s Department of Justice, he said, "Trump is the one guy with an actual shot at becoming president who dissents from Washington's longstanding pointless war agenda. And for that, that one fact, they're trying to take Trump out before you can vote for him."

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