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October 02, 2023
Watch: Trump Says Trial Is “Single Greatest Witch Hunt Of All Time”
Trump entered the New York City Supreme Court for the first day of his trial on Monday over allegations that he inflated his net worth by billions for better loans.
He is accused of inflating his net worth by $2 billion and New York Attorney General Letitia James wants Trump fined $250 million.
You know, the same attorney general who promised to shine a “bright light into every dark corner of his real estate dealings.”
As Trump arrived at the courthouse he told reporters what we are all thinking, which is that this trial “a continuation of the single greatest witch hunt of all time.”
Later on in the day, Trump said that Justice Arthur Engoron, the judge overseeing his case, was wrong and should be disbarred.
“Let's go to trial because this is a judge that should be disbarred," he said.
"This is a judge that should be out of office. This is a judge that some people say could be charged criminally for what he's doing,” he added, “He's interfering with an election and it's a disgrace," Trump said.
The Democrat judge already ruled last week that Trump is liable for “persistent fraud.”
Trump's lawyers said his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida was worth much more than the $18 million that is alleged.
In a blazing defense opening statement lawyer Alina Habba said: 'There is a person out there who will buy that (Mar-A-Lago) for over $1 billion. That’s not fraud, that’s real estate.'
James also spoke to reporters on Monday morning.
“Today we will prove our other claims,” she said. “My message is simple: No matter how powerful you are, no matter how much money you think you may have, no one is above the law. And it is my responsibility and my duty and my job to enforce it.”
Last week's decision, which already decided that Trump is guilty and came down without a jury, has got some real estate experts puzzled, especially the claim the judge said about the property being worth $18 million.
One Palm Beach real estate broker told The New York Post, “It’s utterly delusional to think that property is only worth $18 million.” The broker added, “If that property were on the market today, I would list it at around $300 million, minimum … at least. He also has the separate golf course minutes away.”
If the banks did not complain, then what is the whole point of this?
And since when does the borrower decide if their assets are suitable for a loan?
Does the judge really think that the banks just took his word for it?
As if banks do not perform their own risk assessment prior to giving loans.
The judges' bias could not be more obvious.
I am sure he only allowed cameras in the courtroom because he thought it would hurt his campaign. Even though everyone knows it will do the opposite, as evident by polls.
He also appeared to be laughing and smiling at the camera. You know, because that is what an impartial judge would totally do.
The fact that the judge cannot control his grinning makes it a bit worrisome that he will have the final say in the outcome of this trial.
Maybe, it is better to not try and look for any sense in this situation. Because you obviously won’t find any.