Donald Trump, who is the subject of four different criminal investigations, claimed he has not received a target letter from the Department of Justice, "can't imagine being indicted,"
and has "beat" each probe into him. However, he warned that if he were to be indicted, "I think you'd have problems in this country the likes of which perhaps, we've never seen before."
Trump said "there is no reason" the DOJ can arrest him unless "they're simply insane and deranged, which is always conceivable,
because I did, absolutely... absolutely nothing wrong," in an interview with right-wing commentator Hugh Hewitt on Thursday morning.
In addition to other probable offences, the former president was disregarding his vast attempts to rig a free and fair election, his preservation
and unwillingness to hand over White House papers, including classified and even top-secret materials, which he held at Mar-a-Lago.