WATCH: Dr. Phil Audience SHOCKS America With Their Answer On Supporting Trump Following Verdict

On Thursday evening, famous talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw released his highly anticipated interview with presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump with a follow-up town hall with his audience members. During the town hall discussion, the Dallas-based audience was polled on whether they would vote for a convicted felon for president. 

According to the straw poll, 91 percent of the audience said that they would elect a convicted felon, while only nine percent said they would not. "I don't know if that's because they think it's kind of a bogus conviction or they think it's a white-collar conviction or something, but that's something we need to drill down on," Dr. Phil said about the poll results.

McGraw's interview with Trump has garnered over 2.3 million views on X after being made available after airing on Thursday evening on Merit Street. Prior to the interview, Dr. Phil spoke out against the conviction of the former president, saying, "This weaponization of our great institutions — the FBI, Justice Department, and individual state similar institutions — will lead to one of two outcomes. One is more of the same from the other side, tit-for-tat. That may seem deserved, but that is not the right way for America to move forward. The other is what I call on you to demand from your politicians today: an end to this craziness in order to save the soul and sanity of our country."

"We need our Justice Department to return to the business of meting out justice and not running the political agendas of those currently in power, blindly seeking convictions, warranted or otherwise, and attacking political opponents," he said, adding that Americans need to forgive the other side. "We are not some banana republic, for God's sake."

"This is so not just about Donald Trump. If you let your hatred for Donald Trump compromise your ability to find true North on your moral compass, shame on you," he continued. "If you let your disgust for Biden make you blind to the inevitable consequences of pursuing revenge, then God help the children who will inherit the dystopian nightmare we create."

As previously reported by the DC Enquier, the jury found Trump guilty on each of the 34 counts of falsifying business records. Following the verdict, Trump told the press that he would continue to fight in the courts to achieve justice and continued to say that the trial against him was election interference. Judge Juan Merchan scheduled Trump's sentencing hearing for July 11th, just days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


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