A furious Donald Trump Fox News’ appointment of a special counsel in an investigation into his activities was unloaded Friday.

Former president pledged that he “won’t partake” in any investigation carried out by the special counselor and slammed his appointment as “the worst politicization of justice in our country.”

Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel Friday to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into classified documents stashed at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence that had been transported there from the White House at the end of Trump’s term.

The special counsel — former Justice Department official Jack Smith — will also supervise the continuing probe into Trump’s role in last year’s Jan. 6 insurrection and efforts to toss out the results of the presidential election.

“I have been going through this for six years … and I am not going to go through it anymore,” The former president spoke Fox News DigitalRefers to different investigations.

“I hope the Republicans have the courage to fight this,” Addition Trump, who just announced Tuesday that he’s launching yet another bid for the presidency.

He Falsely claimed he had been found innocent “on everything” In all investigations conducted over the past six years.

Name of the special counsel “not acceptable,” Trump added. “It is so unfair. It is so political.”

He vowed: “I am not going to partake in it. I’m not going to partake in this.”

Trump insisted: “I have never heard of such a thing … They found nothing, and now they take some guy who hates Trump. This is a disgrace and only happening because I am leading in every poll in both parties.”

He’s not leading in every poll in both parties.

“It is not even believable that they’re allowed to do this,” Trump added. “This is the worst politicization of justice in our country.”

According to several sources, the key driver is Trump’s announcement that he is running for the GOP presidential nomination was to dodge federal indictments. He According to reports, officials expected officials to be reluctant to press for the prosecution of a presidential candidate. But that isn’t turning out to be a surefire strategy.

The new special counsel was previously an assistant U.S. Attorney and the chief of the Department of Justice’s public integrity section. Smith has been an international criminal court prosecutor since 2018, investigating war crimes in Kosovo.