"I call for help from the highest courts": Trump cries out in fear of “Trump-hating" prosecutor

The former president wants the “highest courts in New York State” to help him: “I have been unfairly sued"

By Sophia Tesfaye

Senior Politics Editor

Published September 25, 2023 2:35PM (EDT)

Donald Trump (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)
Donald Trump (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)

Donald Trump has been on a prolific Truth Social tear, calling for the execution of a top US military general, vowing revenge on NBC Networks and demanding that Republican leaders take action against automatic voter registration to protect him from once again losing the popular vote. All of that was over the weekend. On Monday, the former picked up apace with attacks on New York Attorney General Letitia James. 

"I have been unfairly sued by the Trump Hating Democrat Attorney General of New York State, Letitia James," he cried on his social media site.

James' office has claimed that Trump has represented his worth as being $2.2 billion greater than it really is. Trump called that a "false fact."

He then called the judge in the case a "Trump Hater" and cried out for help. 

"It is very unfair, and I call for help from the highest Courts in New York State, or the Federal System, to intercede."

 I am not even allowed a Jury!"

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