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Trump reportedly pissing himself over going to prison, keeps asking if he’ll have to wear “one of those jumpsuits”

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Meet The Press last weekend whether he’s at all worried about going to prison as he stares down 91 criminal charges in three different states plus the District of Columbia, the one-term, twice-impeached, four-time-indicted ex-president confidently replied, “I don’t even think about it.

I’m built a little differently, I guess.”WATCH: Kristen Welker asks former President Trump about the indictments he’s facing and the possibility that he could be sentenced to prison.Welker: “Do you worry about going to jail?”Trump: “I don’t even think about it.” pic.twitter.com/SwfKpJjrOcBut according to a new report published by Rolling Stone, he actually does think about it.

Quite a bit actually. And he’s absolutely terrified at the thought of being locked up:As the criminal cases against him have piled up, the former president and 2024 GOP frontrunner has wondered aloud in recent months about what life would be like if he’s convicted, and if appeals fail.

While Trump publicly professes confidence, privately, three sources familiar with his comments say, he’s been asking lawyers and other people close to him what a prison sentence would look like for a former American president.

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