Trump Issues Eyebrow Raising Comment About Manhattan Courthouse

Former President Donald Trump explained as part of an interview this past Tuesday night that the officials inside the Manhattan courthouse where he had been arrested all issued apologies to him and were “actually crying.”

Trump, who issued these statements to Tucker Carlson has he took part in an interview with the Fox News host, stated that the people from the courthouse were “incredible.”

“When I went to the courthouse, which is also a prison in a sense, they signed me in and I’ll tell you, people were crying,” he stated. “People that work there, professionally work there, that have no problems putting in murderers and they see everybody. It’s tough, tough place and they were crying. They were actually crying.”

“They said, ‘I’m sorry.’ They’d say, ‘2024, sir. 2024.’ And tears are pouring down their eyes. I’ve never seen anything like it,” he explained. “Those people are phenomenal. Those are your police. Those are the people that work at the courthouse. They’re unbelievable people. Many of them were in tears or close to it. Many apologies. ‘We’re sorry, sir. We’re sorry.’ They had to have me do certain things they said. They said, ‘Sir, I can’t believe I have to ask you. I can’t even believe that I have to ask you to do it.’ You can see, so in one sense, it was beautiful because they get it. In another sense, you know, it’s nasty.”

Trump finished off his statements on the subject by claiming that “in many ways, it was a beautiful day because the people understand.”




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