June 22, 2024

Missouri AG Rips Letitia James For Prosecution Of Trump: ‘Gross Miscarriage Of Justice’


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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey tore into New York Attorney General Letitia James this week for transferring to grab former President Donald Trump’s belongings.

Bailey appeared on ‘Fox & Friends First’ to debate the newest Trump civil case in New York City and why he believes there isn’t any authorized justification for seizing his belongings.

“This is a gross miscarriage of justice. Letitia James is masquerading as a competent attorney. There is no reference to case law, and there is no legal authority for what she is doing. This was a civil fraud trial and the claim was banks gave loans to President Trump based on misrepresentation,” Bailey started.

“Letitia James is not going after the banks for providing those loans. President Trump is a brilliant businessman and made tons of money for these banks, and every investor and Letitia James hates that and his success,” he added.

Engoron issued an order in February requiring the previous president to pay roughly $355 million in curiosity and penalties for fraud. This brings the fee complete above $464 million. Trump has persistently denied any misconduct.



A Fox News contributor claims that Donald Trump has the best to sue New York Attorney General Letitia James for allegedly violating the previous president’s civil rights.

Political analyst and frequent visitor on the conservative information channel Deroy Murdock made the assertion following the choice of a New York appeals court docket to postpone the fee of Trump’s $454 million civil fraud penalty ensuing from James’ lawsuit.

Instead, the previous president was instructed to pay a $175 million bond inside ten days whereas he filed an attraction with the court docket.

Judge Arthur Engoron declared in February that Trump had been submitting false monetary experiences for years, inflating the worth of his properties and different belongings to get favorable phrases from lenders. James’ workplace was unable to start the method of seizing Trump’s properties because of the Monday monetary assure fee delay.

Murdock restated his suggestions from an American Spectator article that Trump ought to sue James for remarks she made in 2018 when she was a candidate for New York state legal professional common, Newsweek noted.

He stated that James declared that she was going to oppose the Trump administration as a result of it was “too male, too pale, and too stale.”

“Now, you could talk about stale ideas, that’s fine, but too male and too pale constitutes, basically, sex and race discrimination. So I think what President Trump ought to do is sue her based on the 1964 Civil Rights Act,” Murdock informed Fox News on Tuesday.

“Her office gets federal money for various subsidies for law enforcement activity. So federal money is flowing into her office and if she is engaged in that kind of sexual and racial discrimination and that kind of language, I think she’s wide open to exposure under the 1964 Civil Rights Act,” Murdock stated.

“Donald J. Trump should sue Letitia James based on civil rights,” Murdock added.

Trump has additionally accused James of conducting a “racist” and politically motivated investigation into him.

In The American Spectator, Murdock urged the previous president sue James, saying, “What the hell does Trump have to lose?”

“He immediately should file a federal complaint and demand justice under America’s key civil rights law. To see a white male multi-billionaire sue a [black] female attorney general to secure his civil rights would be the ultimate man-bites-dog story,” Murdock wrote.

“For this extraordinary spectacle, America owes a hearty thank you to New York State’s leading despot, Attorney General Letitia James.”

Alina Habba, a Trump lawyer, is celebrating a latest win after an appellate court docket decreased his bond in a civil fraud case.

During an interview with Jesse Watters on Fox News final month, Habba expressed her satisfaction with the bond’s discount from $454 million to $175 million, additionally taking the chance to criticize New York Attorney General Letitia James.

“I hope she took a little piece of humble pie today because that’s what was served to her, just a little, but we’ll be serving a lot more of that in the next couple of years,” she stated concerning the AG.

When Watters requested if James and Judge Engoron felt a bit bit “ashamed” and “embarrassed,” Habba jokingly urged that they might require them to have a “moral compass” and a “conscience.”


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