'I'LL FIGHT EVEN HARDER': Trump Undeterred By Sussmann Acquittal, Says 'Hillary Should Be Ashamed'

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.03.22

Former President Donald Trump’s political ambitions are undeterred in the wake of the Michael Sussmann acquittal. If anything, Trump says it makes him want to fight even harder against crooked politicians.

“If anything, it makes me want to fight even harder,” the former president told Fox News.

“If we don’t win, our country is ruined. We have bad borders, bad elections, and a court system not functioning properly,” Trump said, adding that “our country is being systematically destroyed.”

“They spied on my campaign. They got caught. If a Republican would have done that, and the obvious steps forward, it would be a virtual death penalty,” Trump said during an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital Wednesday.

According to Fox News, “Key allegations that tied Trump to Russia during the 2016 election and into his presidency and led to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller originated with individuals linked to Clinton and her presidential campaign, with former officials now questioning why Mueller’s team of seasoned prosecutors didn’t report those connections as part of their years-long probe.”

“They had blinders on—they were only looking in one direction,” Trump said. “No matter how far they turned, and saw all of these crimes, they wouldn’t go there.”

He added: “Mueller and everybody else knew what was going on, and they didn’t do anything about it.”

And Trump’s thoughts on Clinton?

“She should be ashamed of herself. I think she should be ashamed of herself, and she lost the election. She should be ashamed of herself and so should [Adam] Schiff and all these corrupt politicians,” Trump told Fox News Digital.”

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