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Trump Fires Off Against Judge

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Former President Donald Trump may face another $10,000 fine for violating a gag order placed on him in his civil fraud trial in New York when he called Judge Arthur F. Engoron “crazy” and “Radical Left” on Truth Social.

Trump has already been fined twice for violating the “narrow gag order.”

He has accused the judge of “judicial misconduct” and “prosecutorial misconduct” and has suggested that someone from the State of New York should step in to stop the “miscarriage of justice.” (Trending: It’s Time For Donald Trump To Drop Out)

“The Judge in the New York State A.G. case refuses to accept the overturning of his decisions by the Appeals Court,” the former president wrote. “This is a first in the history of the State!

“HE HAS GONE CRAZY IN HIS HATRED OF ‘TRUMP,’” he added (emphasis original throughout).

“Also, their ‘STAR’ witness just admitted his statements were all a big lie. He broke down in court. The Radical Left Judge said he doesn’t care,” Trump continued in his post.

“He is trying to protect RACIST A.G. Letitia James, who has no case, lost the appeal, but has a tyrannical and unhinged Trump Hating Judge,” he argued. “She campaigned for A.G. on, ‘I Will Get Trump,’ long before she knew anything about me. (Trending: Judge Declines To Recuse From Trump 2024 Ballot Case)

“This is Judicial Misconduct,” Trump concluded, “coupled with Prosecutorial Misconduct, and somebody from the State of New York must step in and stop this Complete & Total Miscarriage of Justice!”

Members of his legal team have expressed concerns about the constitutionality of limiting Trump’s right to comment on what he observes in the courtroom.

“This court is way beyond the ‘warning’ stage,” Engoron wrote when he issued the first $5,000 punishment, which he called “nominal,” according to the report.

“We have significant concerns about the constitutionality of limiting President Trump’s right to comment on what he observes in the courtroom,” Trump attorney Christopher Kise said.

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