Thug Trump Says 'It Was Horrible' As Crowd Chanted 'Lock Her Up' Against Hillary Clinton

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Donald Trump recently claimed he was “horrible” when his supporters chanted “lock her up” as he ran against Hillary Clinton in 2016.

June 6, 2024, published at 1:00 PM ET

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“And I said, wouldn't it be terrible if I locked up the wife of the former president of the United States, and the former secretary of state?” he continued. “It's a terrible thing.”

Trump then emphasized that he wants to “bring the country together” if he were to defeat the president Joe Biden in November and secure another term in the Oval Office.

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Donald Trump's terrible chants shut her down on Hillary Clinton's campaign
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Trump claimed it would have been “terrible” to jail his then-political opponent.

“You start, you want to bring the country together,” he told Hannity. “I want to bring the country together.”

Meanwhile, Trump also pledged to “restore equal justice” if he wins the 2024 presidential election later this year — though he hesitated to make such a pledge.

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“Will you promise to restore equal justice and equal application of our laws and to put an end to this practice of armament?” Hannity asked the controversial ex-president. “Is that a promise you're going to make?”

“Well, you have to do it. But it's terrible,” Trump responded. “I know you want me to say something nice like that.”

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Donald Trump's terrible chants shut her down on Hillary Clinton's campaign
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“I thought it was terrible,” Trump told Sean Hannity on Wednesday evening. “I would make a speech and everyone would say lock her up, lock her up, lock her up.”

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The 45th president continued to protest the guilty verdict ruled against him last week by a jury in New York. He suggested the country “doesn't want” to see a former president indicted or jailed, citing President Biden — as well as Hillary Clinton — as examples.

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“When Biden goes out, everyone says hi, and two days later he gets indicted, and they go after him? The country doesn't want that,” Trump told Hannity. “And you know what? They didn't want it with Hillary Clinton either.”

“I hated it,” he repeated. “I would make a speech and everyone would say lock her up, lock her up, lock her up.”

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Donald Trump's terrible chants shut her down on Hillary Clinton's campaign
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Trump denied ever calling for Clinton's capture again during another interview with Fox News on Sunday.

If RadarOnline.com Previously reported, Trump's interview with Hannity on Wednesday evening would not be the first time the former president denied calling for Clinton's imprisonment.

Trump on Sunday denied ever calling for Clinton's capture again another interview with Fox News.

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“I didn't say lock her up, but people said lock her up, lock her up,” Trump falsely claimed during an appearance at Fox & Friends during the weekend.

“Then we won,” he continued. “And I said quite openly, okay, come on, just relax, let's go, we have to make our country great.”

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