Trump alleges that court officers were crying and telling him “I’m sorry” when they locked him in a “jail” primarily for his Manhattan indictment.
- Former President Donald Trump alleged that court officers were crying and apologizing to him when they booked him into Manhattan last week
- Trump made the allegations in a new hearing with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson
- They were crying already. Trump said, “I’m sorry.”
Former President Donald Trump alleged that court officers were crying and apologizing to him when they booked him last Tuesday during his arraignment in Manhattan.
Trump sat down with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson for an interview Monday, which will air Tuesday night.
While Trump has blasted Manhattan Attorney General Alvin Bragg and other top prosecutors charged with investigating his conduct and actions, he sent a statement last week. who described the police and court staff as “incredibly nice”.
When asked about Carlson’s experience, Trump called it “incredible.”
When I went to court, which is also a prison in a sense, they logged on and I’ll tell you people were crying — the people who work there, work there professionally, and have no problems putting in killers seeing as they see it,” Trump said. “It’s a hard, hard place, and they were crying. They were really crying. They said, ‘I’m sorry.'”
Former President Donald Trump claimed that court officers were crying and apologizing to him when they booked him last Tuesday during his Manhattan arraignment.
Trump passes through Manhattan Criminal Court in New York last week, after becoming the first former president to be charged
Trump’s day in court was the first for a US president – he became the first to be charged after leaving office.
Trump has been charged with 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in connection with a $30,000 reward to a janitor attempting to sell information on a child Trump allegedly fathered out of wedlock, $150,000 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal and a $130,000 payment to porn star Stormi. Daniels.
He pleaded not guilty in New York Criminal Court, after the 16-page indictment was unsealed.
That night, Trump spoke at Mar-a-Lago about the prosecutors and justices involved.
He said Bragg campaigned “on the fact that he’s going to get President Trump”.
He also went after Judge Juan Manuel Merchan, who is presiding over the New York money case.
“I have a judge who hates Trump, with a wife and family who hates Trump, whose daughter worked for Kamala Harris and now receives money from the Biden-Harris campaign and a lot of it,” Trump said from the stand at his Florida home. And the resort.
He also criticized Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis — calling her “Atlanta’s local racist Democratic district attorney.”
Trump sits with his defense team during his day in court a week ago in Manhattan
Trump (left) sat down for an interview with Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson on Monday, which will air on Carlson’s show Tuesday night.
Willis, who is black, is overseeing a case in which Trump could be charged over his role in trying to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia.
Trump also called New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is also black, a “racist in reverse” for pursuing fraud cases against his businesses.
The former president also called Special Counsel Jack Smith “crazy.”
Smith, who was appointed by President Joe Biden’s attorney general Merrick Garland, is handling two federal investigations related to Trump — his handling of classified documents after leaving the White House and his role in the Jan. 6 attack.
However, the next day he issued a statement cheering the professionalism of the police officers and court staff with whom he dealt.
“The great patriots on and off the court on Tuesday were incredibly nice, in fact, they couldn’t have been nicer,” Trump said. “The court attendance, police officers, and others were all very professional, and represented New York City well.”