Trump Exposes Judge Merchan’s Sinister Scheme to Force Him to Miss His Son Barron’s High School Graduation

by J Pelkey
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The ongoing hush-money trial in Manhattan not only is strategically scheduled to prevent presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump from campaigning for the next two months but could also potentially prevent him from attending his youngest son’s high school graduation.

In a candid speech yesterday, Trump voiced his frustration after Judge Juan Merchan warned him that attending his son Barron’s high school graduation could result in jail time. This order is part of broader restrictions imposed amid the ongoing lawfare cases against President Trump.

OANN reported:

On Monday, the jury selection process for Trump’s hush-money trial commenced in a Manhattan courtroom.

Judge Juan Merchan of the New York Supreme Court announced that as the court prepared for the first day of voir dire, he had received requests from Trump’s legal team asking the former president to miss the trial on May 17th in order to travel to Florida to attend Barron Trump’s high school graduation.

Merchan stated that he would not make a decision right away regarding Trump’s request to postpone the trial and move it to a different day.

“It really depends on if we are on time and where we are in the trial,” Merchan said.

It could take up to two weeks to select the right jurors. According to reports, Donald Trump will be allowed to know the names of the chosen jurors at his upcoming trial. However, the public will not. Jurors’ safety could be jeopardized if Americans discovered who was responsible for the final verdict.

Here’s how Trump responded to the situation in a press conference Tuesday:

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“We had some amazing things happen today. As you know, my son has graduated from high school. And it looks like the judge will not let me go to the graduation of my son, who’s worked very, very hard,” Trump stated. He described the situation as a continuation of what he called a “scam trial” and a “political witch hunt.”

“It’s a scam trial. If you read all of the legal pundits, all of the legal scholars today, there’s not one that I see that said this is a case that should be brought or tried.”

Trump also linked this prohibition to a critical upcoming event, adding, “In addition, as you know, next Thursday we’re before the United States Supreme Court on a very big hearing on immunity.”

“I’m not in Georgia or Florida or North Carolina, campaigning like I should be, it’s perfect for the radical left Democrats. That’s exactly what they want.”

President Trump concluded his remarks by calling the situation “about election interference.”


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