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Trump’s Courtroom Complaint: Former President Laments ‘No Rights’ Outside Court, Then Gets Fact-Checked

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Former President Donald Trump expressed frustration at the judge’s decision to rescind his permission to speak during his New York civil fraud trial, claiming election interference and lack of rights.

He accused the case of being unconstitutional and coordinated with the White House and Joe Biden.

Trump also criticized New York Attorney General Letitia James and defended his financial statements. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

CNN fact-checked Trump’s claims, calling his speech a “political speech filled with some legal inaccuracies.”

The judge was open to allowing Trump to speak during closing arguments but wanted to impose restrictions, which Trump’s lawyers refused.

“It’s election interference at the highest level,” Trump said.

The case is “in coordination with the White House and Joe Biden cause he can’t win a campaign fairly,” he added.

“I have no jury, I really have no rights, and it’s sad.”

CNN obtained correspondence between the judge and Trump’s team, indicating that the issue was more about politics than the law.

“It’s not about the law, really. It’s about the politics,” John Berman said.

“It’s about the campaign. And that was very obvious as he was walking into that courtroom.”

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