Donald Trump Jr. Rages Against Fraud Trial: They Want ‘Death Penalty’

Donald Trump Jr. on Monday appeared on Newsmax, where he railed against the New York civil fraud trial his family is currently embroiled in, claiming erroneously that prosecutors wanted to put his father in jail or give him the death penalty.New York Attorney General Letitia James has sued former President Donald Trump and his family, including sons Donald Jr.

‘We’ve seen the bias, we’ve seen, you know, Michael Cohen lie under oath, literally get caught, literally perjured himself in front of— you know, admitted perjury beyond what he already went to prison for,’ Trump Jr. said.’It shows you what happens when you’re in a kangaroo court, Eric. It doesn’t matter what the rules are, it doesn’t matter what the Constitution says, it doesn’t matter what general practices and business would be. It doesn’t matter.

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