Trump reenacts the January 6 limo fight during first presser as a convicted felon

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Donald Trump recently staged a wild reenactment of an incident that allegedly occurred between him and a Secret Service agent during the riots at the U.S. Capitol.

May 31, 2024, published at 2:21 PM ET

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But while Trump's first press conference as a convicted felon had several shocking moments, perhaps the most surprising was his decision to do so. re-enacting an alleged fight between him and a Secret Service agent, which allegedly took place on January 6, 2021.

Cassidy Hutchinsona former White House aide who served during the Trump administration, testified before Congress that she once heard that the then-president had an altercation with a Secret Service agent while trying to take the wheel of the presidential limousine.

According to Trump, the incident never happened. But he did give his supporters a taste of what such a fight would have been like if it had failed.

“So they all have testimony to this, that I did not assault the Secret Service agent who was in the front seat of the car,” Trump said during his press conference Friday morning. “You know, these are strong people. And I supposedly went to the driver and grabbed him around the neck! And he rejected me!”

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The controversial ex-president held his first press conference as a convicted criminal on Friday morning.

“And then I went to the other guy, who I think has a black belt in karate, and he's a little bit younger than me, maybe 35 years old, 40 years old, 50 years old,” the convicted ex-president continued as he began his karate revival. . “And I grabbed him around the neck.”

“He has a black belt in karate,” Trump continued. “They know how to get someone around their neck. They would have gone like this and that would have been the end!”

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Trump also claimed he was told he “wasn't allowed to dispute” the story about the alleged limousine fight because it “makes him look like the toughest cookie.”

“Actually, I had a friend who said you shouldn't argue that,” Trump claimed on Friday. “It makes you look like the strongest cookie we've ever seen.” You should have let that happen.”

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“He has a black belt in karate,” Trump said. “They know how to get someone around their neck.”

Yet the controversial ex-president insisted that the alleged karate fight never took place. He also baselessly accused Democrats of deleting information related to the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the US Capitol.

“But the fact is it never happened. It was all made up,” he insisted. “And that turned out to be fabricated. It turned out to be a false story.”

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“And they removed and destroyed all that information, every ounce of it,” Trump said wrongly claimed. “We are dealing with a corrupt government. We have a corrupt country.”

If RadarOnline.com previously reported, Trump also took care of it protesting his guilty verdict during his first press conference as a convicted felon on Friday morning.

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Trump on Thursday became the first former president in American history to be convicted of a crime.

The former president and presumptive Republican Party nominee gets a call Judge Juan Merchan a “devil” and claimed that his defense team's witnesses had been “literally crucified” for their testimony during the historic six-week criminal trial.

“They were literally crucified by this man who looks like an angel,” Trump grumbled. “But he really is a devil.”

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