‘I’m Stuck, I Can’t Campaign’ Trump Speaks On What AG Letitia James Has Put Him Through

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Former President Donald Trump criticized New York Attorney General Letitia James and accused her of keeping him tied up in court, preventing him from campaigning for the 2024 presidential election.

Trump also alleged collusion between James and the Department of Justice (DOJ) under President Joe Biden’s administration. ‘I’m here, stuck here and I can’t campaign’. Trump said painfully.

As reported by the Conservative Brief on Monday, October 9, 2023, Trump expressed his desire to be on the campaign trail in key primary states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Ohio.

Trump claimed that the legal proceedings against him amounted to election interference and accused James and the DOJ of concocting a fabricated case against him.

He described the judge overseeing his case, Arthur Engoron, as a Democrat judge influenced by political considerations.

Trump lamented the alleged corruption within the legal system and criticized several cities, including Atlanta and Washington, D.C.

The former president also criticized Letitia James for seeking publicity and targeting him during her 2021 bid for New York governor, which she later abandoned in favor of seeking re-election as attorney general.

He referenced a video where James pledged to target Trump and his businesses, even while he was in office, and shared it on social media.

Eric Trump, the former president’s son, expressed outrage at what he called “third-world prosecutorial misconduct” and accused Letitia James of being politically corrupt.

Eric Trump stated that they had sued her for her unethical behavior and that a judge would review videos, including one where James ad-libbed the song “I Will Survive” while making disparaging comments about Donald Trump.

Donald Trump also criticized the valuation of his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, arguing that it was worth much more than the estimated $18 million presented in his financial documents.

He defended the accuracy of his financial documents and claimed that he had given lower numbers to the bank when seeking loans, even though he didn’t require them.

The former president’s remarks highlighted his ongoing legal battles and disagreements with the legal system, particularly in New York, where multiple investigations and lawsuits have been directed at him and his businesses.

Trump’s comments reflect his frustration with these legal challenges and his desire to focus on his political aspirations for the 2024 presidential election.

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