Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

President Trump Gives Hilarious Response After Judge Threatens Him


Judge Lewis Kaplan, overseeing President Trump’s civil trial in New York City, has just threatened to kick President Trump out after comments made during E. Jean Carroll’s testimony.

In response to the Judge’s threat, President Trump responded, “I would love that.”

Read the entire conversation provided by Fox News:

Judge Lewis Kaplan admonished Trump for his audible reactions to Carroll’s testimony in front of the jury, threatening that the former president could be barred from the trial if he continues.

Trump was heard saying “that’s not true,” “it’s a witch hunt” and “it really is a con job” during Carroll’s testimony.

After the jury was excused for lunch, Kaplan told Trump that his right to be present during the trial could be forfeited if he is disruptive.

“Mr. Trump, I hope I don’t have to consider excluding you from the trial,” Kaplan said in an exchange after the jury was excused for lunch, adding: “I understand you’re probably eager for me to do that.”

“I would love it,” Trump responded from the defense table.

“I know you would like it. You just can’t control yourself in this circumstance, apparently,” Kaplan said.

“You can’t either,” Trump muttered before walking out.

President Trump is not afraid to stand up for himself!

ADVERTISEMENT

CNN has more details on the trial:

Donald Trump attended the first day of his civil defamation trial, watching as a jury was selected to determine how much, if any, damages the former president must pay to E. Jean Carroll for his 2019 defamatory statements about Carroll’s sexual assault allegations.

Trump’s courthouse attendance Tuesday — where he attended jury selection but did not speak — came one day after his resounding Iowa caucuses win, yet another illustration of how Trump’s campaign and legal fortunes are intertwined.

Trump watched as prospective jurors were asked about their political donations to him and his political opponents, whether they believed the 2020 election was stolen and how they got their news. He left court before opening statements to travel to New Hampshire for a campaign event Tuesday evening with the primary one week away.



 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Leave a comment
Thanks for sharing!