Trump says Tucker Carlson workers “cried” at the indictment before quickly changing subjects in first interview since arrest

FORMER President Donald Trump has given his first post-impeachment interview and told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson about his experience.

Trump voluntarily turned himself in to New York authorities on April 4 following an unprecedented indictment over his hush money payments.

Trump spoke to FOX's Tucker Carlson in his first interview after the indictment

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Trump spoke to FOX’s Tucker Carlson in his first interview after the indictment

“It was a terrible thing because I didn’t do anything wrong,” Trump said of his indictment.

“People were crying…they were actually crying,” Trump claimed of the people working at the courthouse that day.

“They said, ‘I’m sorry.’

“I’ve never seen anything like it. These people are phenomenal.”

“Many of them were in tears or on the verge of tears.”

“In a way it was nice because they get it. In another it was evil.”

The former president quickly changed the subject and instead spoke about foreign policy.

He then turned his attention to the 2024 presidential election.

“I don’t see how that’s possible,” Trump said of Biden’s candidacy in 2024.

“I don’t think he can. But say what you want. You didn’t expect him to get it [the presidency]’ Trump continued.

“It’s not a question of age.

“I just don’t see Biden doing it physically or mentally.”

Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of the Class E felony of forging business records.

He was the first US President to be prosecuted.

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