After being warned of going to jail, Trump called the judge crooked

Waukesha. A day after being found guilty of contempt of court and warned of jail for violating a ‘gag order’ to keep quiet about it, Donald Trump has told the judge hearing the bribery case against him. Said crookedly. 2024 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been accused of paying a $130,000 bribe to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in exchange for keeping quiet about their alleged illicit relationship and falsifying business records to conceal the payment. Is accused of doing.

The judge hearing the case on Tuesday found the former US President guilty of violating gag orders (prohibiting making statements in the matter under consideration) and imposed a fine of nine thousand dollars on him. The fine was imposed for repeatedly violating a ‘gag order’ barring him from making public statements regarding witnesses, jurors and others in a hush money case. In imposing the fine for posts on Trump’s Truth social media account and campaign website, Judge Juan M. Merchan said Trump would face jail if he continued to violate his orders.

“There is no crime,” the former president said while addressing supporters at an event in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He is a crooked judge. He is a completely contradictory judge. He claimed that this case and other cases against him were orchestrated by the White House to undermine his election campaign. ‘Gag order’ is given by the judge to the lawyers, witnesses and parties before the court not to discuss the facts of a case publicly. It is usually granted in special criminal cases to assure the defendant a fair trial.

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