Donald Trump Says His Judge ‘Hates Him’ In Meltdown

Former President Donald Trump recently got enraged at “Trump Hating” Federal District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan a day after he filed an appeal of her order denying his motion for a dismissal on presidential immunity grounds via Mediaite.



It has been noted that when he’s not holding rallies where he generates headlines about parroting the language of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler or still thinking Obama is the president, or giving interviews along similar lines, Trump is a frequent poster to his Truth Social platform. While it lasts.

On Friday morning, Trump lashed out at the legal cases closing in around him, including the January 6 case and the “Obama appointed Trump Hating Judge presiding over it:

“All of these Biden “Political Opponent” Lawsuits against me could have been brought 3 years ago, but the slimeballs brought them right in the middle of my very successful campaign for President. The J6 Fake Case, where the Obama appointed, Trump Hating Judge, Tanya S. Chutkan, actually had the audacity to schedule the trial THE DAY BEFORE SUPER TUESDAY (always considered the biggest of all Primary days), has been put into serious question when most of the Unselect Committee’s evidence was deleted and destroyed. This illegal act, that would have shown the GUILT of Crazy Nancy Pelosi, and others, should end this Biden Witch Hunt. Our FAILING NATION is now becoming a BANANA REPUBLIC. MAGA!”

The rant comes one day after Trump showed up in court once again for the trial in the fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James and presided over by Judge Arthur Engoron, where reporters peppered him with questions. Trump ignored the questions and launched into a litany of well-worn and false or misleading attacks on the proceeding against him.

It also comes as Trump appeals Judge Chutkan’s denal of two motions to dismiss from Trump’s team, based on First Amendment and presidential immunity claim

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