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Trump has terrifying answer when asked whether his enemies could kill him

 August 24, 2023

In an interview with Tucker Carlson released on Wednesday, former President Donald Trump shared alarming insights about his perception of his enemies and the political climate.

In a detailed conversation with Carlson, Trump expressed his views on his critics, the upcoming election, and the current state of the nation. This interview was set to air simultaneously with the Republican presidential debate, as reported by the DailyMail.

Trump's candid conversation with Carlson raises eyebrows

Trump labeled his critics as "savages" and voiced concerns about the upcoming election, hinting at potential foul play.

The former president's conversation with Carlson was released at the same time the Republican presidential debate went live.

Carlson, a former Fox News host, posed several provocative questions to Trump. Among them, he inquired if Trump believed the U.S. was on the brink of a civil war and if he feared for his life due to his adversaries.

Trump's views on Biden and McConnell

When asked about President Joe Biden's health, Trump expressed doubts about Biden's ability to continue in his role.

He also criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, accusing him of rallying support for Trump's impeachment.

The interview, conducted at Trump's Bedminster, New Jersey country club, promised to be filled with controversial statements and claims.

One of the most explosive questions Carlson posed was, "Are you worried that they are going to try to kill you?"

He also questioned Trump about the nation's trajectory towards a civil war and the whereabouts of Mike Pence, Trump's former vice president.

Trump's take on his rivals

Trump did not hold back in expressing his views about his political rivals.

He described them as "savage animals" and "sick people." He also mentioned a "level of hatred" he has never witnessed before.

This interview's release was strategically timed, as it coincides with Trump's scheduled Thursday surrender to authorities in Fulton County, Georgia.

He is expected to be processed and photographed after being indicted on racketeering conspiracy charges related to his efforts to overturn the election results in Georgia.

Carlson's role in the interview

Tucker Carlson, who has had his share of controversies, is promoting this interview as a significant event on the X platform. The platform, previously known as Twitter, is now owned by Elon Musk, who reinstated Trump's previously suspended account.

Carlson's departure from Fox News followed a substantial settlement with Dominion Voting Systems.

The company had sued the network for promoting election conspiracy theories about its voting equipment, leading to a $787 million settlement.

Trump's absence from the debate

While the interview promises to be a significant event, Trump's decision to abstain from the debate stage in Milwaukee has also garnered attention.

His absence from the debate, despite leading in the polls, has been a topic of discussion.

Carlson questioned Trump about his decision to skip the debate.

Some rivals, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, have suggested that Trump might be avoiding the debate due to fear.

However, Trump has countered this by stating his significant lead in the polls as the reason for his absence.


  • Former President Donald Trump recently sat down for an interview with Tucker Carlson.
  • The discussion touched upon various topics, including Trump's views on his critics, the upcoming election, and the current political climate.
  • Trump expressed concerns about the election and labeled his critics as "savages."
  • The interview is set to air simultaneously with the Republican presidential debate.
  • Trump's decision to abstain from the debate stage in Milwaukee has also been a topic of discussion.