Trump Gives Judge A Piece Of His Mind

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In a recent series of fervent statements, the former President, Mr. Trump, voiced strong disapproval of the judge presiding over his civil fraud case in New York. Referring to Judge Arthur Engoron with terms such as “crazy” and “unhinged,” Trump expressed his belief that the judge’s actions were not only excessive but were also influenced by political bias.

Trump’s criticism, disseminated via Truth Social, accused Judge Engoron of being a “political hack” and alleged that the judge’s rulings were favoring the Democratic Party’s interests. According to Trump, the judge has imposed unprecedented fines on him without just cause and has been inflexible regarding trial proceedings.

The accusations against Trump, led by New York’s Attorney General Letitia James, involve allegations of manipulating asset values within the Trump Organization. This manipulation, according to the case, was purportedly done to gain tax advantages and more favorable terms on loans and insurance.

Trump has maintained his innocence throughout the proceedings and suggested that the entire case should be dismissed, especially after testimony from his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. He characterized a moment in the courtroom as akin to a revelation in a “Perry Mason” episode, suggesting that Cohen’s testimony had a pivotal moment that should have turned the case in his favor, yet the judge ignored it.

Furthermore, Trump is poised to challenge what he describes as a “ridiculous gag order” placed upon him by the court.

Amidst these online outbursts, Trump has also indicated that the judicial system has faltered severely. The trial continues, with testimonies expected from his sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, who hold executive positions within the Trump Organization. The former president himself is slated to testify on November 6th, which is anticipated to be a critical moment in the trial.

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