Trump Condemns Judge's Role in Civil Fraud Trial Involving His Offspring

Trump Condemns Judge's Role in Civil Fraud Trial Involving His Offspring

Washington - Former President Trump strongly criticized the judge presiding over his civil fraud trial in New York on Wednesday, using language like "crazy," "unhinged," and a "disgrace to the legal profession," as reported by a reliable news source.

Trump voiced his disapproval of Judge Arthur Engoron's decisions in the ongoing trial, characterizing them as politically motivated attacks against him. He also expressed his intent to challenge a partial gag order issued by Engoron on October 3, which prohibits him from making negative remarks about court personnel.

In a post on Truth Social, Trump accused Judge Engoron of being a partisan operative who had already made unfavorable rulings against him before the trial commenced. Trump asserted that Engoron had been uncooperative, imposed sanctions without reason, levied substantial fines, and denied any request for a delay. Trump claimed that this trial was Engoron's big opportunity, and he was not going to let it slip away. Trump went further, describing Engoron as "crazy," "totally unhinged," and a threat to the integrity of the judicial system.

Additionally, the former President implored the judge to refrain from involving his children in the fraud case, citing a prior ruling by Engoron in September, which found Trump liable for fraud in a case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

Regarding the case itself, it revolves around allegations that Trump and his adult children artificially manipulated the valuations of Trump Organization assets to reduce taxes and enhance insurance coverage. Trump used his social media posts to emphasize contradictions in testimony from his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, and argued that the case should be dismissed.

Trump expressed his belief that he was facing an unprecedented level of unfair treatment, noting his intention to challenge the gag order imposed by the judge. He continued to assert his innocence and criticized Letitia James, alleging collusion with a biased attorney general.

These fiery social media posts by Trump precede another day in court, where his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., is set to provide testimony. Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, who is scheduled to testify on Thursday, both hold executive positions within the Trump Organization.

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