Democrats Are Using Lawfare against Trump Because They ‘Can’t Beat Him in the Polls,’ Lawyer Warns

President Donald Trump’s attorney Alina Habba has warned the American people that the Democrats are attacking the 45th POTUS with lawfare tactics because they “can’t beat him in the polls.”

Habba believes her client is being persecuted in the courts by Democrat prosecutors to stop Trump from winning reelection, Breitbart reported.

The lawyer made these remarks from the steps of the New York State Supreme Court Building in Manhattan, where Trump’s “hush money” case is underway.

Trump is juggling four separate cases while campaigning for the 2024 presidential election.

Habba told reporters this is no accident.

“The fact that we have two courts, not one — criminal and civil — being used against one man because they cannot beat him in the polls is a disgrace to the American judicial system,” Habba said.

Prior to his current criminal trial in New York, President Trump was the subject of a civil case also brought in NYC.

“You should not have two teams of lawyers here today,” she told reporters.

“You should not even be here today, because he did nothing wrong.

“It is the epitome of a witch hunt.”


Trump and his legal team have been forced into an unprecedented dilemma caused by several cases that cropped up only when he became a candidate for the 2024 presidential election.

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The first was a prosecution from Democrat New York Attorney General Letitia James in an attempt to bankrupt the 45th president.

Habba said she had to make her way over from the other New York court where Trump had to post a $175 million bond.

This was the penalty imposed after a civil court found him guilty of misrepresenting the value of his assets to obtain loans.

New York Judge Arthur Engoron originally demanded $454 million dollars in penalties despite the fact that the loans had long ago been paid off and no damage was done to any party.

The judge accepted the lower bond amount on Monday following an appeal.

During her impassioned remarks to reporters, Habba slammed Engoron for implying that Trump’s money “isn’t green enough” after the judge disputed the type of bond that was used.

“We wasted time,” Habba said.

“The judge said he thought money market accounts go down under the amount,” she charged.

“He doesn’t understand basic principles of finance.”

According to Forbes, these financial instruments indeed “aren’t subject to the ups and downs of the stock market.”

Although Democrats may be cheering this effort to thwart Trump’s presidential bid, Habba pointed out that these legal proceedings indicate a grave issue in the judicial system.

“I am sick of coming in front of the press and saying this, but you have to because you people need to understand what is going on,” Habba said.

“God forbid you put an accounting thing in for ‘legal counsel.’ … Because they’re afraid of 2024,” the attorney charged.

“And you know what? They should be because the American people are not stupid,” Habba added.

“They see what’s going on.”

Habba is correct that Democrats are desperate as President Joe Biden has been trailing in the polls.

Even as USA Today celebrated the fact Biden is now at 44% support compared to Trump’s 46%.

However, that lead is still quite significant considering what the left has thrown at Trump.

As the incumbent against a candidate who already lost his reelection, Biden should be several points ahead of Trump, especially in light of his legal woes.

However, the American people are smart enough to see through what is happening, and they certainly won’t forget before November’s election.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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