Trump's Interview with Tucker Carlson Draws Enormous Audience as They Discuss Debate Absence and Indictments
Former President Donald Trump did not attend the Republican debate on Wednesday night but instead sat down for an interview with Tucker Carl
Former President Donald Trump's Interview with Tucker Carlson
Former President Donald Trump did not attend the Republican debate on Wednesday night but instead sat down for an interview with Tucker Carlson. The interview gained over 100 million views on X within hours of being posted. Trump discussed various topics, including his decision to skip the debate and his thoughts on the possibility of a civil war in the United States. He was also asked by Carlson if he is concerned about an assassination attempt. The interview was posted just minutes before the debate started and had reached over 180 million views by Thursday morning.
The Difficulty in Determining View Counts
The article discusses the difficulty in accurately determining the number of views for an interview on a social media platform. It mentions that former President Donald Trump's interview with Tucker Carlson can be compared to an interview with GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, which has received 44 million views since being posted a week ago.
Trump's Decision to Skip the Debate
The former president, Donald J Trump, recently gave an interview where he explained why he chose not to participate in a debate with other Republican candidates. He cited his significant lead in the polls as the reason for his decision. The interview was conducted by Carlson and is part of the 19th episode of "Debate Night with Donald J Trump."
In a recent tweet, former President Donald Trump claimed to be leading by 40 points in a potential presidential race. However, he also mentioned that he would not be participating in any public events or answering questions from the media.
Concerns about Violence and Civil War
In an interview with Tucker Carlson, former President Donald Trump expressed uncertainty about whether the United States is heading towards violence or a civil war. He acknowledged the intense level of passion and hatred he has witnessed, suggesting that it could be a potentially dangerous combination.
Trump's View on Legal Cases and Double Standards
Former President Donald Trump addressed his pending legal cases, dismissing them as nonsense. He compared his situation to that of Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams, both of whom challenged the outcomes of elections they lost. Trump suggested that if Clinton and Abrams were not indicted for challenging election results, then he should not be either. He made these remarks during an interview, highlighting what he perceives as a double standard in how these cases are being treated.
Concerns about Assassination Attempts
In an interview with former President Donald Trump, he expressed concerns about potential assassination attempts by his political enemies. Trump referred to his adversaries as "savage animals" and "sick" individuals. The former president is currently facing four felony indictments and is expected to turn himself in on Thursday.
Trump's Criticisms of President Joe Biden
Former President Donald Trump expressed doubts about whether President Joe Biden will run for re-election. Trump also criticized Biden, claiming that he is not actually running the country and that his family's business dealings have compromised him. Trump highlighted his own record on foreign policy, emphasizing that he prevented a nuclear war with North Korea. He criticized Biden for his handling of the Ukraine-Russia War and accused him of allowing China to gain influence in Cuba. However, Trump's main focus remains on immigration.
Securing the Border and Deporting Criminals
Former President has stated that the top priority should be securing the border and deporting criminals who have entered the country illegally. This information was reported by Tim Pearce.