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Donald Trump blasts ‘psycho’ civil case judge and ‘radical left’ prosecutors in Thanksgiving message

In his Thanksgiving message, former President Donald Trump called out the “insane” judge overseeing his civil fraud case in Manhattan and other “radical left” judges who will oversee his prosecution before the 2024 election. criticized.

President Trump, 77, faces federal, state and local charges for allegedly keeping classified documents in his Mar-a-Lago mansion, trying to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election and paying “hush money” to a porn star. He has been charged with more than 91 criminal charges. his 2016 campaign.

He also unsuccessfully sought a miscarriage of justice in a $250 million civil fraud case brought by New York State Attorney General Letitia James last year, with Manhattan Judge Arthur Engoron already finding the former president responsible. .

President Trump lashed out at the judge and her chief law clerk, Alison Greenfield, accusing them of political bias, and the day after the trial began, the clerk was appointed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. (D-N.Y.), even released a photo of the clerk while claiming to be his “girlfriend.” — No evidence was presented to support his claims.

he Accessed his Truth Social account At 2:03 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, he expressed his dissatisfaction with the prosecutor’s office and criticized his biggest political opponent, President Biden, for “weaponizing a corrupt department.”

“I want to thank everyone, including Letitia “Peekaboo” James, the racist and incompetent New York State Attorney General who allowed murders and violent crimes to flourish and businesses to flee.” started.

Hours later, President Trump shared a warm video message on Truth Social, celebrating the holiday and expressing his “deep gratitude” for the “many blessings” of American life.
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Former President Donald Trump, in a Thanksgiving message, blasted a “psycho” judge and other “radical left lunatics” overseeing a civil fraud case in Manhattan.

“[T]A radical leftist judge who hates Trump, Arthur Engoron, who criminally defrauded the state of New York in “Psycho,” and intentionally devalued my assets for a “fraction” of their actual value in order to convict me. He cheated before he had even seen the trial or the evidence he evaluated, and he took advantage of Chief Clerk Alison Greenfield, a politically biased and corrupt campaign finance offender, to sit on his side and “bench” him. “I told them what to do,” he continued.

President Trump lashed out at the judge and her chief law clerk, Alison Greenfield, accusing them of political bias, and the day after the trial began, the clerk was appointed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. (D-N.Y.), even released a photo of the clerk while claiming to be his “girlfriend.” ”
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Judge Engoron had previously imposed a gag order on Trump for defaming court officials, but the former president’s legal team filed an appeal after the former president’s lawyers argued the move “raised serious doubts” about the judge’s impartiality. It was lifted by the court last week.

“[And] A crooked Joe Biden who has weaponized the corrupt sector against his political opponents and allowed our country to descend into hell. And all the other radical left-wing lunatics, communists, fascists, Marxists, Democrats, and RINOS who are seriously trying to destroy our country,” he said.

“But don’t worry, we will win the 2024 presidential election and make America great again!!!”

“I want to thank everyone, including the racist and incompetent New York Attorney General Letitia ‘Peekaboo’ James,” President Trump said.
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Hours later, President Trump said: A warm video message on Truth Socialcelebrates the holiday and expresses “deep gratitude” for the “many blessings” of American life and the military, law enforcement officers, and first responders who make them possible.

“I would like to wish you all a very merry Thanksgiving. Today we gather with our loved ones, including family, friends, neighbors, and this special country we all call home. We are grateful to Almighty God for all his blessings,” he said.

“We also express our deep gratitude to all the patriots who serve our country in uniform this Thanksgiving, including members of the U.S. military, heroes, Border Patrol agents, That includes law enforcement, ice, and all those who have worked hard to keep our nation’s systems up and running,” and protecting our southern border, police, first responders, and communities across America. “We are working towards this,” he added.

“These are difficult times for our country, but please don’t get discouraged or lose hope,” Trump told his supporters in a video shared on Truth Social.
Stephen Hirsch of the New York Post

“These are difficult times for our country, but don’t get discouraged or lose hope, because by the time we celebrate next Thanksgiving, our country will be stronger and more secure than ever before. And we’re well on our way to becoming richer and greater. Once again, we celebrate Thanksgiving and may God bless you all.”

Recent national polls have shown Biden’s approval ratings soaring, with support growing among traditionally Democratic voters in black and Hispanic communities.

According to the paper, Trump currently leads the incumbent Democratic president by 2.3 percentage points. RealClearPolitics voting average.

“Today, we gather with our loved ones to thank Almighty God for his many blessings, including our family, friends, neighbors, and this special nation,” he said.
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He also holds a lead in the Republican presidential primary by more than 46 percentage points, the paper said. RealClear Aggregator.

Trump is scheduled to begin trials next year in Washington, D.C., Miami, Manhattan and Georgia during the Republican primaries and the 2024 general election.

If Trump is convicted on all of the myriad charges he faces, he could face decades in prison.

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