Halfway through Donald Trump’s bank fraud trial in New York, the former president is running out of viable options—and his lawyers have shifted their focus from trying to win in this downtown courtroom to a full-on attack against the judge and his top adviser.
But even as Justice Arthur F. Engoron tries to fence them in with gag orders showing increasing alarm that Trump’s heated rhetoric could inspire violence from MAGA loyalists, the Republican firebrand is managing to skirt the limits by relying on outside help.
The latest came on Friday, when Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) filed an ethics complaint with a state court commission against Engoron and his law clerk, the attorney Allison Greenfield, citing “inappropriate bias and judicial intemperance.”
Source: The Daily Beast
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