Trump Explains His Lack of Concern About Going to Prison: ‘Unique Perspective

In an NBC News interview with Kristen Welker, former President Donald Trump expressed his lack of concern about potential incarceration, attributing it to his unique mindset.

Trump faced an indictment in August from special counsel Jack Smith, pertaining to his alleged involvement in the January 6th riot, and he maintains a plea of not guilty on all counts.

Additionally, he encountered indictments in Georgia, accusing him of conspiring to overturn the 2020 election, and in New York City, alleging payments to his former attorney for silencing a porn star. Trump also faced charges for purportedly handling classified documents.

“I want to know what’s in your head, when you go to bed at night do you worry about going to jail?” Welker asked.

“No I don’t really, I don’t even think about it. I’m built a little differently I guess because I’ve had people come up to me and say how do you do it, sir, how do you do it? I don’t even think about it,” Trump said. “These are corrupt people that I’m dealing with. They’re destroying the country. I don’t even think about it. All I think about is making our country great, making America great. Look, these are political, these are banana republic indictments. These are third world indictments.”

Trump asserted that President Joe Biden is aware of Trump’s favorable standing in the polls and believes Biden is attempting to eliminate Trump from the competition.