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Trump Lashes Out at Judges: ‘Animals Using Trials to Hurt Him

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Former President Donald Trump criticized judges for refusing to delay his trials for his mother-in-law’s funeral and strategically scheduling them around the 2024 GOP primary cycle.

Trump accused the judges of being “animals” and claimed the trials were part of an election interference effort by the radical left.

He expressed frustration at the timing of the trials and vowed to attend the funeral despite the judge’s decisions.

Trump labeled the situation as a “disgrace” and condemned the judges as “very bad people” and “very sick people.”

“I got one in New York,” Trump said. “My wife’s mother, who was a incredible woman, a great beauty inside and out, incredible woman, she just died. And my wife is very devastated by that.”

“And I have a trial going on, a fake trial, totally fake trial –– and we asked the judge if I could take a day off for a funeral of my mother-in-law, who was very close to me also.”

“And he said, ‘No!’ Can you imagine?”

“These are animals. We can’t have a day off,” Trump said. “These are bad people. These are radical left lunatics that want to hurt me because they think it’s going to hurt me at the polls so that Biden can win an election.

“I don’t think the people are going to fall for it.”

“What a disgrace that a judge would not say, yes, we can take a day off,” he said. “There’s no rush. You know all of these indictments, they could have done them three years ago. They saved them all for the election – every one of them.”

“I’ve got one during Iowa. I got one during New Hampshire, the day before New Hampshire.”

“She wants the trial to start the day before Super Tuesday and she says, ‘Oh, no, it has nothing to do with politics,'” he said. “Every one of them is the day before Iowa, the day before New Hampshire, the day before Super Tuesday.”

“No, these are rigged indictments. This is a rigged Department of Justice, where we have radical left, bad people, lunatics. And we can’t let it happen.”

“I’ll be there. One way or the other, I’ll be there.”

“I’m going to that funeral,” he said. “And this judge, whatever the hell he wants to do, let him do it, but we’re going to that. It’s a disgrace.”

“These are very bad people. Very sick people.”

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