Trump Reads Out Column Headline Outside Court on Trial

Donald Trump read an article to waiting reporters outside his New York trial that claimed his many legal cases are backfiring on Democrats. The former President told journalists he could not answer their questions because he was under a gagging order and instead decided to read a story about 100,000 Trump supporters lining the boardwalk of a New Jersey beach loudly proclaiming their allegiance to the Republican.

Reading the opinion piece contending that Democrats are “terrified” of him, Trump said, “I don’t think they’re terrified of anything. They’re fascists.”

Mr. Trump appears to have adopted the tactic of reading other people’s words to sidestep Judge Juan Merchan’s wide-reaching gagging order. The former President is not permitted to discuss the attorneys, jurors, witnesses, or their family members and has repeatedly expressed his fury about this. He insists his Constitutional rights are infringed and complains that others are allowed to make derogatory remarks about him, but he is prohibited from responding.

Judge Merchan has issued Donald Trump ten $1000 fines and told him he will send him to jail if he continues to breach the order. Displaying continued defiance, Trump said he would happily go to jail if necessary because “our Constitution is much more important.”

Meanwhile, the two primary Presidential contenders Donald Trump and Joe Biden have agreed to two debates. The first will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 27, and the second on September 10 – the location for which has not yet been determined.

After months of speculation and accusations that the President is afraid to debate Trump, Biden posted a video on social media challenging his opponent and mocking him by stating, “I hear you’re free on Wednesdays.” Mr. Trump’s New York criminal trial is held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday of each week.

Trump responded to Biden’s challenge on his social media account and described the President as the worst debater he has ever faced.