According to Kash Patel, a new Trump administration will "come after" the media.

If Donald Trump takes back the White House, it is anticipated that he will assign Mr. Patel to a high-level position. 

Trump has already pledged to utilize the Justice Department to "go after" his political opponents.

A close associate of Donald J. Trump, who is anticipated to hold a prominent position in the field of national security in the event that the former president wins the presidency again, made a warning on Tuesday to prosecute journalists.

The confidant, Kash Patel, who was Mr. Trump's chief of staff to the acting secretary of defense and his counterterrorism adviser on the National Security Council, 

 made the comments during a podcast hosted by Mr. Trump's former strategist, Stephen K. Bannon, regarding the possibility of a second Trump presidency starting in 2025.

Mr. Patel declared, "We will go out and find the conspirators, not just in the government but in the media.

"Yes, you will be targeted by us as well as those in the media who helped Joe Biden rig presidential elections by spreading false information about Americans.

 We'll determine whether it's a criminal or civil matter. In fact, we will utilize the Constitution to prosecute them for crimes they claim we have always committed but we have never done, he continued.

Mr. Patel mentioned that the Trump campaign had a "bench" of "all-America patriots" earlier in the discussion

when Mr. Bannon inquired whether a new administration would "deliver the goods" to "get rolling on prosecutions" early in a second term.

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