BREAKING: Trump BLASTS 'scam' civil fraud trial against him, says charges should be dismissed 'immediately'

"It’s a scam and this is a case that should have never been brought and it's a case that now should be dismissed." 

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Speaking outside the Manhattan courtroom after around four hours of testimony in the civil fraud case brought forth against Donald Trump, his family, and his business, the 2024 GOP frontrunner said it was a "scam."

Trump told reporters, "it’s a scam and this is a case that should have never been brought and it's a case that now should be dismissed." 

"Everybody saw what happened with their star witness [Michael Cohen]," Trump said, later adding, "he admitted that he lied, and he has absolutely no credibility. That's their only witness."

"To think that we're being sued and spending all this time and money, and people being killed all over the world, that this country could stop, inflation and all of the other problems that this country has, I think it's a disgrace.

"When you look at the poll numbers that came out today from the New York Times and CBS, I’m sure the Times was not too happy, but people are sick and tired of what's happening. I think it's a very sad day for America."

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