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Trump Lawyer Reveals Why No One Should Worry About Him Going to Jail



Before being found guilty in a court of law, multiple leading Democrats have publicly stated that former President Donald Trump should go to prison.

On Wednesday, Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, attempted to allay concerns by stating that jail time was not an option because “he has done nothing wrong.”

Habba explained to Mediaite: “[Trump is] protected by the Secret Service, period. So, I always tell people when they’re panicked, ‘Listen, he’s protected by Secret Service, number one. Number two, he did nothing wrong.’”

Habba added: “So, when people go to jail, it’s because they’ve done something wrong. Do we have crooked situations in and out of court? Absolutely. Could they try? Probably, but it won’t work because there is still a trial process, there are still facts, and unfortunately, they’re not going to win on the facts.”

Concerns mounted in recent days as judges placed two gag orders on the president in recent days, and one judge has ruled that Trump violated his order and fined him $10,000. The fine came with a warning that further violations could incur severe penalties.

After that warning, Trump appeared to taunt the judge by publicly accusing him of political bias and corruption.

Former White House attorney Ty Cobb told CNN that he expects Trump will “spend a night or a weekend in jail” for his comments.

Habba disagreed, saying “her team is not concerned about the possibility of Trump going to jail and chalked the legal attacks up to ‘Trump derangement syndrome,’” according to the Washington Examiner.

Habba added: “It’s not even something we think about, to be honest, because this is all political. There’s no criminal acts that he’s done. There’s no civil wrongs that he’s done, unless making money for banks is a civil wrong all of a sudden. … It’s Trump derangement syndrome at its best. I’m not worried about him, he’s not worried, and the American public shouldn’t be worried.”

The former president is facing four indictments and 91 felony charges, several civil cases and multiple attempts from state attorneys general to have his name blocked from appearing on the 2024 ballot. Nevertheless, his campaign seems energized, and Trump maintains a commanding lead in recent polling.

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