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‘Unjust Scam’: Trump Says He Will Likely Miss Son Barron’s Graduation

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Former President Donald Trump criticized the judge in his New York criminal trial for allegedly preventing him from attending his son’s graduation and an upcoming Supreme Court case.

Trump claimed Judge Juan Merchan was biased given his daughter’s work for Democratic candidates.

“Who will explain for me, to my wonderful son, Barron, who is a GREAT Student at a fantastic School, that his Dad will likely not be allowed to attend his Graduation Ceremony, something that we have been talking about for years, because a seriously Conflicted and Corrupt New York State Judge wants me in Criminal Court on a bogus ‘Biden Case’ which, according to virtually all Legal Scholars and Pundits, has no merit, and should NEVER have been brought,” Trump wrote.

He denounced the charges related to hush money payments as a “sham” meant to help President Biden’s reelection.

While New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg argues the payments should have been reported as campaign expenses, legal experts are skeptical of the novel legal theory.

He added, “This Fake Case is solely meant to attack Crooked Joe Biden’s Political Opponent, ME, who is seriously leading him in the Polls, for purposes of Election Interference. The Judge, Juan Merchan, is preventing me from proudly attending my son’s Graduation. Seems very unfair, doesn’t it? But this whole event is unfair. Every one of the many Fake Cases that are perpetuated by the White House in order to help the Worst President in History, by far, get Re-Elected, are UNJUST SCAMS. We won’t let that happen, but we will MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

“In Addition to being prohibited from attending my son Barron’s High School Graduation, I have just learned that the highly biased Judge in the Soros ‘appointed’ D.A. Alvin Bragg’s Witch Hunt Case, will not allow me to attend the historic PRESIDENTIAL IMMUNITY argument in front of The United States Supreme Court, on Thursday, April 25th (next week!). This shows such great disdain and disrespect for our Nation’s Highest Court, especially for a topic so important as Presidential Immunity, without which our Country would never be the same!”

Bragg brought state charges that would normally be a misdemeanor but is trying to convert them to felonies by linking them to potential federal election law violations, which the Justice Department previously declined to pursue.

Much will depend on whether Bragg can convince the Democrat-leaning Manhattan jury to agree with his arguments.

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