‘They Will Not Get Away With It’

(StraightShooterNews.com) – In the face of the unashamed witch hunt seeking to grab money from former President Donald Trump’s pockets, Trump’s lawyer Alina Habba did not hold back her criticisms against Judge Arthur Engoron and Attorney General Letitia James of New York.

Her sharp words came in the wake of a shocking ruling in a heated civil fraud lawsuit initiated by James against Trump.

In a bold move, Engoron imposed over $350 million in penalties on Trump, banned him from engaging in business within New York for a trio of years and levied fines exceeding $4 million against his sons, Don Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.

During an interview on Fox News, Habba conveyed a resolute message: “He’s not going to get away with it,” referring to Engoron. She extended her defiance towards James and the Biden administration and stated their eventual downfall.

With the trial concluded, Habba has freedom to vocalize her intentions to aggressively pursue justice and vowed an unyielding battle to unveil the truth.

According to Habba the crux of the issue is not Trump’s actions but rather his political success:

“They will not get away with it. President Trump has done nothing wrong. All he has done is win a campaign, and that is scaring them because they know when he goes back in November 2024. He is going to clean house, and that is truly the problem. It’s not about Mar-a-Lago’s worth.”

James accused Trump of inflating his financial assets to banks to receive more favorable loan conditions. Trump’s defense maintained the accuracy of these assessments and pointed out that all loans were fully repaid, which refutes any claim of financial misconduct.

Habba did not spare James in her criticism and noted James’s casual demeanor in court marked by her shoeless posture and casual sipping of Starbucks coffee, which suggested a lack of professionalism and engagement.

She portrayed this scene as emblematic of a broader systemic issue where officials are so sure of their success that they neglect their duties with impunity. Despite the trial’s outcome Habba confidently stated an appeal is in the works and has no doubts about overturning the verdict in the appellate courts.