In a recent interview, former President Trump made a daring statement. He suggested that if he faces indictment for contesting the 2020 election, Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams should also be held accountable for challenging their election losses.

Trump’s comments came during an interview with Tucker Carlson. He is expected to appear in court in Fulton County, Georgia, following a 41-count indictment against him related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia.

The charges against Trump include racketeering and conspiracy counts for making “false statements” about election fraud. Critics argue that these charges could infringe on free speech.

During the interview, Trump drew parallels between Clinton and Abrams’s situation. He noted that Clinton had initially conceded the 2016 election but later questioned its legitimacy. He also mentioned Abrams, who, after losing Georgia’s 2018 gubernatorial election, claimed the election was rigged.

Trump’s comments have sparked debate, with some calling for an investigation into the charges against him. The question now is whether Abrams will face similar charges in Fulton County.

This statement by Trump highlights the ongoing political tension in the United States and raises questions about the consistency of holding politicians accountable for their actions and words.