The radical leftist New York Attorney General Letitia James has caved. So far her ”contempt” order has cost former and possible future President Donald Trump $110,000 in fines.
That is chump change to a billionaire like Donald Trump. Meanwhile, James appears to be reaching the edge of her limits to go after the former president. James caved according to the court filing here.
BI reported in part:
But James’ office — which is winding down a 3-year probe into Trump’s hotel and golf resort business — has now reached an impasse over “what else, if anything,” can be done to force Trump to turn over more documents or more fully explain why so few have been turned over, the filing says.
The Trump organization has complied to a degree. six million pages of information have been submitted.
AG James is not done with her plan of going after Trump and his entities to, in our view, keep throwing red meat to her radical base. It appears she simply ran out of legal runway to keep taking Trump’s cash.
A Manhattan judge still has to set a date to lift the contempt charge. New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron is the one tasked with ”stopping the madness”.
With a likely 2024 presidential run looming, its unlikely that radical Democrats will stop pursuing what we believe to be frivolous means to use the court system for political intimidation and to try to delegitimize the ”MAGA” movement.
Meanwhile, a possible major abortion case could come from the U.S. Supreme Court this week, with Trump appointees, in part, being the lightning rod for much left wing anger these days.
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