Judge Blocks Trump From Attending Funeral?
These moronic Democrats have placed nearly 100 charges on Trump while he is currently running a presidential campaign and is dealing with the loss of a loved one, what do they expect him to do?
In anticipation of the upcoming defamation trial involving Donald Trump and E. Jean Carroll, an online debate has emerged surrounding a Trump rally and his request to delay the trial due to his mother-in-law’s funeral. Trump, currently a leading candidate in the 2024 GOP presidential primary, is facing a second defamation trial initiated by Carroll, a former Elle columnist. The trial, scheduled to commence on January 16, aims to determine the amount of damages Trump owes after a civil trial last May found him liable for sexually abusing and defaming Carroll.
Recently, Trump’s legal team sought a trial postponement from Judge Lewis Kaplan, citing the unexpected death of Trump’s mother-in-law, Amalija Knavs. Despite Trump expressing interest in attending the trial, Kaplan denied the request, offering condolences but affirming that the trial would proceed as planned.
In response, Trump criticized Kaplan’s decision on his Truth Social account, accusing the judge of bias and refusing to postpone the “sham trial” even in light of his mother-in-law’s funeral. However, Carroll’s lawyers pointed out that a Trump campaign event in New Hampshire coincides with the day he plans to be with his family for the funeral.
Critics, including MSNBC News legal analyst Lisa Rubin and conservative lawyer George Conway, took to social media to express skepticism about Trump’s request. Some questioned the sincerity of Trump’s concern for his mother-in-law’s funeral, highlighting the simultaneous scheduling of a campaign rally in New Hampshire. The online discourse reflects a broader debate about the motivations behind Trump’s trial delay request and the perceived inconsistencies in his scheduling decisions during this sensitive time.