Trump Can’t Speak at Closing in NYC Trial & Can’t Get a Delay to Be With His Wife

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Judge Engoron, who found Donald Trump guilty before he presented a defense, will not allow Donald Trump to give his own closing statement as he requested. An exchange of emails shows that Donald Trump would not agree to the restrictions Engoron placed on his speech. In the final email, Engoron gave him seven minutes to decide if they would accept his deal. He also can’t get a few days delay to be with his wife after his beloved mother-in-law died.

Trump’s lawyers had objected to Engoron’s insistence that Trump speaks only to “relevant” matters if he gives his own closing argument, the AP reported.

Engoron said he can’t campaign, introduce new evidence, testify, or discuss irrelevant matters. In other words, he can’t defend himself.

Donald Trump wouldn’t agree to that because he felt he should be able to speak freely.

Former First Lady Melania Trump’s ailing mother, Amalija Kanvs, 78, has died after being hospitalized in Miami over the holidays.

According to independent journalist Officer Lew, President Trump asked for a delay in tomorrow’s closing arguments due to his Mother-In-Law’s death so he could be with Melania, and the judge denied that request.

How cruel. His wife is suffering, and the judge won’t let him be with her. Engoron is a man of hatred and cruelty.

At stake in the civil case is a $370 million fine and a ban on Donald Trump from ever working in real estate in New York again. It also banned his two oldest sons from working for five years.

Attorney General Letitia James, who ran for office on getting Trump, brought the case despite the extremely weak basis for it.


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Obama's boyfriend
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Obama's boyfriend
1 month ago

Time to hang this judge and his entire gene pool. Civilization needs to be defended against this mutation.

nabi
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nabi
1 month ago

This is a done job. An excellent demonstration of the sociopathic nature of the legal community destroying a culture to great profit.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
1 month ago

It will be in the history books, ruled as a mistrial, coming and going. Because those are the facts.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago

The judge is an ultra narcissist,