Trump Female Lawyer Panics After Jurors…

Alina Habba, legal spokesperson for former President Donald Trump, presented a controversial argument on why the jury in Trump’s New York criminal trial should have been sequestered. During an appearance on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures with guest host Sean Duffy, Habba expressed concerns about potential biases affecting the jury’s decision-making process.



Habba argued, “They should have been sequestered because, in my opinion, these jurors are handling something that is completely unprecedented and unwarranted in America.” She highlighted her concerns about jurors being exposed to opinions from friends and family during the holiday weekend, particularly those with “Trump derangement syndrome.”

Habba elaborated, “For them to be able to be out and about on a holiday weekend with friends and families who have opinions, who are watching the news, TVs on in the background at the pool party. I have serious concerns if they’re left-wing and they’re watching MSDNC, as my client calls it, or CNN. They’re not going to get fair news.”

She voiced her fear that exposure to such environments could influence jurors to cast guilty votes out of a perceived obligation to political biases. “I have worries about them going back to whatever friends might have Trump Derangement Syndrome — forgetting all sense of reality — and coming back and sitting in that box and saying, ‘You know what? I’ve got to take one for the DNC,'” Habba added.

Duffy, on the other hand, suggested that jurors might have had different experiences, potentially witnessing the support Trump received in the Bronx. “Those jurors were probably interacting with those same left-wingers,” Duffy said. “They got to see Donald Trump in the Bronx, and all the love and support he got from communities that you normally don’t see with Donald Trump.”

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