BREAKING: Trump leaves NY courtroom with warning for companies seeking to do business in the state

Trump said that "businesses are watching," adding that "no business will go back into New York, no business will frankly stay in New York."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Speaking outside the Manhattan court room where the civil trial brought forth by New York Attorney General Letitia James has been underway, 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said businesses in New York City and state will think twice before doing so in the future due to this civil case against him.

Trump said that "businesses are watching," adding that "no business will go back into New York, no business will frankly stay in New York" because of a "Marxist form of trying to steal your business."

"This is weaponization of justice. This is something that no one has ever seen to this extent. It’s called election interference. It’s a sad day for our country that a thing like this can take place. I’m sitting in a court house instead of being in Iowa where I should be, even though I’m leading by about 40 points."

Speaking of an expert witness in the trial, Trump said that he found " absolutely no fraud, no accounting fraud of any kind."

"This is a political witch hunt. This is meant to influence an election. This also comes from the White House, this is not just a state matter."

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