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Trump Was Right: Law Clerk Criticized As ‘Co-Judge’ Is On Her Way To Become Actual Judge

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Allison Greenfield, the principal law clerk in Trump’s NY fraud case, is running for a judgeship and has faced hate mail and threats after Trump labeled her as a “co-judge.”

Despite this, her candidacy has gained momentum and support among Manhattan Democrats.

Greenfield’s successful screening-panel rating and potential nomination as the unopposed Democratic candidate for the judgeship demonstrate her backing.

“The trial clerk in Trump’s civil fraud trial, Allison Greenfield, has been viciously targeted by the MAGA crowd with vile rhetoric and death threats,” Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine wrote.

“Plot twist: Now she has taken a major step towards becoming a civil court judge herself.”

Her involvement in the high-stakes fraud case alongside Judge Arthur Engoron has drawn attention, with Trump targeting her in spoken and online attacks, leading to gag orders and fines.

“In the current overheated climate, incendiary untruths can, and in some cases already has, led to serious physical harm and worse,” Engoron said following Trump’s violation of the gag order.

“I do not like having eyes rolled,” Habba said. “I do not like being yelled at by law clerks who did not earn the robe and I think this is completely inappropriate.”

“She has voluntarily undertaken to co-judge one of the highest-profile cases in American history,” Greenfield said.

The threats and challenges faced by Greenfield and Engoron highlight the intense scrutiny and pressure surrounding the case.

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