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During his appearance on Fox News’ “FOX and Friends Sunday,” former President Donald Trump expressed his readiness to face a potential jail sentence after being found guilty in the New York falsified business records case. The discussion revolved around the upcoming sentencing, set for July 11, with co-host Pete Hegseth exploring the potential outcomes. Hegseth specifically inquired about the possibility of Trump serving time in jail.

“I’m okay with it. I saw one of my lawyers the other day on television saying, ‘Oh no you don’t want to do that to the [president.]’ I said, ‘You don’t beg for anything. It’s just the way it is.’ Think of it, they have all my books,” Trump stated.

“They went to — for five years they sued me [for] getting my tax returns. At the end of five years, they got ’em. The Supreme Court actually gave it to them, that was the end of it. That was it, they never found anything. They hired the best accounting firms. I had a pure gold firm, they call it gold-rated firm, I don’t know what it’s supposed to be — who knows. But with all that, for years you heard about my tax [returns] —”

“They never looked into the Clinton foundation,” Fox co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy jumped in.

“And they never found it. They never went all the way with the Clinton foundation. They never went all the way with the Clinton foundation. Which is sort of interesting, isn’t it? So that could happen. I don’t know that the public would stand it, you know? I’m not sure the public would stand for it,” Trump responded. “I think it would be tough for the public to take. At a certain point there’s a breaking point.”

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