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 I am hoping  its going to  be like the apprentice  and  donald  makes it pay per  view  .....he  can make  some  money .....after  all  ......he is a  business man ......cannot  fault .....i will love to  see  this on cable 


The far right is calling for civil war after the FBI raid on Trump's home. Experts say that fight wouldn't look like the last one.

The far right is calling for civil war after the FBI raid on Trump's home. Experts say that fight wouldn't look like the last one.
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    Donald Trump
    45th President of the United States
Trump supporters near Mar-a-Lago
Supporters of former President Donald Trump gather near his residence at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, on August 9, 2022.Giorgio Viera/Getty Images
  • Some on the far right have been calling for civil war since an FBI raid on Trump's Florida home.

  • Some experts say the warning signs for civil war have been emerging in the US in recent years.

  • But they also say that such a conflict would look very different from the Civil War of the 1860s.

In the wake of an FBI search of former President Donald Trump's Florida home, some far-right figures have been spreading violent rhetoric online — including calls for war.

The Republican party has long portrayed itself as the defender of "law and order," but the aftermath of the raid has seen GOP lawmakers like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene call for defunding the FBI.

Greene has also made references to "civil war" on social media as her Republican colleagues compare the FBI to the Gestapo and depict the raid as the sort of thing that only occurs in "third world" countries. A spokesperson for the Georgia Republican maintains that one of Greene's tweets mentioning civil war was in reference to infighting or a "war of ideas" in the GOP. In another tweet, Greene referred to the FBI raid as the type of thing that happens "in countries during civil war."

Meanwhile, pro-Trump internet channels have seen a spike in talk of civil war since the raid.

The FBI raid of Trump's Mar-a-Lago home came at a historically divisive time for the US, one in which millions of voters continue to believe the false notion that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump.

Such erroneous claims were at the heart of what catalyzed the deadly January 6 riot at the US Capitol last year, and historians and experts on democracy warn that these lies continue to foster the potential for further violence. They also say that if the US did see civil war, it wouldn't look like the first one.

Fiona Hill, who served as the leading Russia expert on the National Security Council during the Trump administration, said in a conversation with Insider last month that the distrust in the electoral process and government institutions fomented by Trump and his GOP allies has created a "recipe for communal violence." Hill warned the US could ultimately "end up in a civil conflict."


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