Trump Not Interested in Seeking Payback on Political Enemies: ‘My Revenge Will Be Success’

President Donald Trump has declared that he has no intention of seeking revenge against his political enemies when he returns to the White House.

During a Fox News town hall in Greenville, South Carolina on Tuesday night, Trump told host Laura Ingraham that his “revenge will be success.”

Trump made the remark while he was answering a question from a woman who asked:

“Mr. President, our country is so divided right now.

“I know you have suffered endless attacks, no doubt.

“But how can you assure independent and undecided voters that your focus as president will be on improving the state of our country and not settling those old scores?”

Trump explained that he has no intention of “settling old scores” because simply succeeding will be all the payback he needs.

“We will get together through success,” Trump said.

“When this country — the country was at a level that we had the best employment numbers in history.

“Everything was good. And this country was coming together.

“Then we got hit with COVID. But this country came together.

“I don’t care about the revenge thing.

“I know they usually use the word revenge.

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“Will there be revenge? My revenge will be success.”

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Following Trump’s comments, X immediately lit up as voters flooded the platform to express their support for the 45th president’s sentiment.

“THIS is the type of man and leader we need in the White House!” Brigitte Gabriel posted in response to Trump’s answer.

Elsewhere during the town hall, Trump also challenged Democrat President Joe Biden to a series of debates starting immediately.

“I will challenge him right now,” Trump said.

“I will take anybody from CNN [as moderator], which is doing very poorly in the ratings by the way as you probably know.

“I will take anybody because I think you have an obligation in this case.

“You really have an obligation to debate.

“When it came to the Republicans, I was up by 40, 50, 60 points like being up on [Nikki Haley], I think a poll just came out, I’m at 91 and she is at 7.

“And would you debate? You want to be smart.

“You don’t have to waste your time.”

Trump also declared that he would commit to “as many” debates “as necessary.”

“I would like to do it starting now,” he said.

“I don’t think he is going to debate though. I really don’t think.

“So we had a debate where he, at the end of the debate, admitted I was right about everything in particular on energy.

“I feel like Perry Mason the way you collapsed.

“He admitted everything about energy and that’s what actually happened and that’s why your energy costs went up three and four times.”

Ingraham asked Trump at one point: “Do you ever just say to yourself, you know, ‘I’m done’?

“A lot of people would have said, ‘I’m going to come out.’

“Why are you staying in this?”

“Because I want to make America great again,” Trump responded.

“It’s not great right now.

“We can do that. … We can get it fixed. It’s harder now.

“It would have been so much easier if we just finished off that four years.

“Everything would have been so perfect.

“We had the border set. We had everything set to rock and roll.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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