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Trump Reveals Why He Will Not Testify At His Civil Fraud Trial

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Former President Trump announced that he will no longer testify at his civil fraud trial, citing previous successful testimony and an accounting expert’s positive assessment of his financial statements.

The trial, initiated by the New York Attorney General, accuses Trump of financial fraud and seeks $250 million in damages.

Trump claims the case is a witch hunt and argues that the values of his properties were unfairly deflated. (Trending: US State Unveils Controversial ‘Gender Neutral’ Laws)

“As everyone knows, I have very successfully & conclusively testified in the corrupt, Biden directed, New York state attorney general’s rigged trial against me,” Trump said.

“World renowned experts, highly respected bank & insurance executives, real estate professionals, as well as others, both honest & credible, have stated, clearly & unequivocally, that I, and my very successful company, did nothing wrong! My financial statements were conservative, liquid, & ‘extraordinary,’” Trump posted.

“A top professor from NYU Stern said, ‘If Mr. Trump were my student, he would get an ‘A’ on his financial statements. I’ve never seen a statement that provided so much detail, and is so transparent, as these statements,'” Trump said.

” Plus, they all have an ironclad disclaimer clause stating that the users must do their own due diligence & analysis – no reliance! The only fraud committed was by the highly partisan and out-of-control judge, and racist A.G., who promised that, ‘I will get Trump,’” Trump exclaimed.

New York Attorney General Letitia James said, “Donald Trump already testified in our financial fraud case against him.”

“Whether or not Trump testifies again tomorrow, we have already proven that he committed years of financial fraud and unjustly enriched himself and his family. No matter how much he tries to distract from reality, the facts don’t lie,” James told Fox News.

Trump responded, “They claimed that Mar-a-Lago was worth only $18,000,000, when it is worth 50 to 100 times that amount, in order to illegally reduce my values & make a fake case against me. They did this on other properties, as well, and wouldn’t give me a jury. Likewise, the A.G. thugs do not want to acknowledge that I have paid almost 300 million dollars in New York City and state taxes during the years in question.”

“Importantly, I won at the appellate division, which effectively ended most of the case, but the biased judge refused to accept their order, an unheard of first!” Trump posted.

“Based on the above, and the fact that our unassailable final expert witness has been so strong and irrefutable in his testimony, which will conclude on Tuesday, and that I have already testified to everything and have nothing more to say other than that this is a complete and total election interference (Biden campaign!) witch hunt, that will do nothing but keep businesses out of New York, I will not be testifying on Monday. Maga!” Trump said.

The trial will continue with final witness testimony and closing arguments scheduled for January 11.

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