‘I Would Be Very Proud To Go To Jail’ – Trump


Former President Donald Trump on Friday told reporters he would “be very proud to go to jail for our Constitution” as he took a swipe at those involved in the prosecution of his hush-money case.

Fox News reported that Trump spoke after the third week of his trial versus New York came to an end on Friday.

“If anything’s mentioned against certain people, and you know who they are—certain people—anything’s even mentioned, he wants to put me in jail,” Trump told reporters as he displayed various media articles about the trial. “That could happen one day and I’d be very proud to go to jail for our Constitution.”

Trump said, referring to Judge Juan Merchan, “What he’s doing is so unconstitutional. There’s never been anything like it.”

According to the report, Trump also flayed the judge for not telling the prosecution to tell Michael Cohen not to make statements about him or the case overall.

According to Dailypost reports, Judge Merchan has so far refused to place Cohen under a gag order, which Trump’s lawyers previously requested.

“There is no gag order to Michael Cohen. What the judge did was amazing. Actually, it was amazing. Everybody can say whatever they want, but I’m not allowed to say anything about anybody. It’s a disgrace.

“And you see it, the media sees it and it’s really very sad. If you look at the legal experts and the legal scholars, every one of them says this trial is a scam,” Trump said.

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