Trump Hush Money Allegations Dismissed as ‘Nonsense’ by Judge Judy

Trump Hush Money Allegations Dismissed as ‘Nonsense’ by Judge Judy

The Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s (D) hush money lawsuit against former President Trump is being referred to by “Judge Judy” Sheindlin as “nonsense.”

“You have to turn into a pretzel in order to identify the crime. In an interview with “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” that aired on Max on Friday, Sheindlin stated of Trump, “[Bragg] doesn’t like him—New York City didn’t like him for a while.”

“As a property owner in Manhattan, I would prefer it if the district attorney of New York County dealt with offenders who were impeding citizens’ ability to walk in the streets and use the subway, and used his resources to keep those individuals off the street, rather than wasting $5 million or $10 million of taxpayer funds suing Donald Trump for this absurdity,” the veteran TV judge stated to Wallace.

Last month, a jury found Trump guilty on all 34 counts of fabricating financial documents to hide alleged extramarital affairs while running for office in 2016. Trump is the first former president of the United States to have a criminal record.

The Amazon Freevee “Judy Justice” star stated of Bragg, “I, as a taxpayer in this country, resent using the system for your own personal self-aggrandizement.”

The 81-year-old former Manhattan Family Court judge said, “I think he was a good businessman, a real estate guy,” in response to the CNN anchor’s question about her opinion of Trump. And he did a fantastic job on “The Apprentice.”


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Sheindlin, however, was less flattering when Wallace grilled her about Trump’s tenure in the White House. Sheindlin had supported former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley in January.

Sheindlin declared, “I don’t think Donald should have been president at all, and I don’t think even Donald believed he would be president.”

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