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Donald Trump has claimed "it's very possible" that his political opponents may face prosecution after he became the first former US president to be criminally convicted

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Donald Trump suggests his political opponents may face prosecution if he’s elected president

Former President Donald Trump claimed “it’s very possible” that his political opponents may face prosecution after he became the first former US president to be criminally convicted in a New York court. The former president suggested he would weaponize the Justice Department against his political opponents since he was first indicted more than a year ago. Trump said in an interview on Tuesday, June 4, that he would appoint a special counsel to investigate President Joe Biden and his family if Trump wins the 2024 election.

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