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Trump gets desperate as he pleads for the Supreme Court to intervene in his hush money case before he is sentenced just days ahead of the Republican National Convention

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Donald Trump is pleading for the Supreme Court to intervene in his hush money trial has he awaits sentencing on 34 counts of falsifying documents on July 11.

The sentencing in Manhattan is slated for just four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee starts, with his party set to nominate him for president a third consecutive time

Trump, posting to Truth Social Sunday night, called his opponents ‘fascists’ asked a court – 33 percent of which was appointed by him – to assist.  

He wrote: ‘The ‘Sentencing’ for not having done anything wrong will be, conveniently for the Fascists, 4 days before the Republican National Convention.’ 

‘A Radical Left Soros backed D.A., who ran on a platform of ‘I will get Trump,’ reporting to an ‘Acting’ Local Judge, appointed by the Democrats, who is HIGHLY CONFLICTED, will make a decision which will determine the future of our Nation? The United States Supreme Court MUST DECIDE!’

Donald Trump is pleading for the Supreme Court to intervene in his hush money trial has he awaits sentencing on 34 counts of falsifying documents on July 11

Donald Trump is pleading for the Supreme Court to intervene in his hush money trial has he awaits sentencing on 34 counts of falsifying documents on July 11

His lawyers have said they expect to take the case to the Supreme Court. 

On Sunday, Trump, who tried to disqualify Merchan from the case, repeated allegations of bias by the judge and the district attorney who prosecuted the case.

Trump plans to appeal after his July 11 sentencing date, his lawyers say. 

If an appeal in New York state courts proves unsuccessful, he could appeal to the Supreme Court. Trump’s attorneys would have to persuade at least four of the court’s nine justices to hear his case.

Trump appointed three of the six current justices named by Republican presidents: Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

The former president also had kind words for former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday for his words on the case that were published exclusively by the Daily Mail.

‘This was a machine-gun mob-style hit job on Trump. It was nakedly political – and will make his victory more likely, not less,’ Johnson wrote in part.

Trump wrote: ‘Thank you to Boris Johnson!’ 

The sentencing in Manhattan is slated for just four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee starts, with his party set to nominate him for president a third consecutive time. Pictured: Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg

The sentencing in Manhattan is slated for just four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee starts, with his party set to nominate him for president a third consecutive time. Pictured: Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg

The former president also had kind words for former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday for his words on the case that were published exclusively by the Daily Mail

The former president also had kind words for former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday for his words on the case that were published exclusively by the Daily Mail

He continued to complain about the guilty verdict on Truth social Sunday evening.

‘Nobody even knew what the crime was until the Judge gave his Unconstitutional Instructions. A total Hoax! A case like this has NEVER been brought before. A Country in peril. Election Interference!!!’

The Trump campaign has raised a staggering $200 million since the former president was found guilty of 34 felonies last Thursday, his son Eric Trump said Sunday. 

Eric, who is married to The Republican National Committee (RNC) Co-Chair Lara Trump, said she told him the figure was comprised of over $70 million in small donor fundraising in the three days since his father was found guilty of 34 felonies related to falsifying business records.    

‘This might be a little inside information, but as I was leaving my house about 37 seconds ago, I asked my wife, what are we up to now?’ Eric Trump told Fox News‘ Maria Bartiromo.

‘And [Lara] said, just in terms of small dollar, we’re well over $70 million. This is $21 donations, $43 donations, right, small dollar donations.’

The former president’s son continued: ‘If you add the large dollar donations to it, you’re over $200 million.’

On Friday, Eric Trump posted on his social media that the campaign had received $52.8 million in donations in the 24 hours since the hush money trial verdict was delivered. 

If an appeal in New York state courts proves unsuccessful, he could appeal to the Supreme Court. Trump's attorneys would have to persuade at least four of the court's nine justices to hear his case

If an appeal in New York state courts proves unsuccessful, he could appeal to the Supreme Court. Trump’s attorneys would have to persuade at least four of the court’s nine justices to hear his case

A little over a day later that has ballooned to over $200 million, largely from the help of a single major donation. 

Israeli-American Miriam Adelson, the wife of the late casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, has reportedly pledged $100 million to the Trump campaign in the days since his criminal conviction, according to The Forward, a Jewish outlet.

She and her late husband gave over $200 million to Republican causes in 2020 – and appears poised to dole out the dough again for 2024. 

Her fortune is estimated to be nearly $30 billion in total. 

She is the latest of a number of billionaires that have pledged to help the former president regain his grasp on power. 

Last week, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman similarly decided to make public his support of Trump

The private equity behemoth said his decision to back the ex-president was in part motivated by the anti-semitism seen on college campuses in the wake of the Israel-Hamas war. 

‘The dramatic rise of antisemitism has led me to focus on the consequences of upcoming elections with greater urgency,’ he told Axios in a statement.

‘I share the concern of most Americans that our economic, immigration and foreign policies are taking the country in the wrong direction.’

‘In addition, I will be supporting Republican Senate candidates and other Republicans up and down the ticket,’ his statement continued.

Schwarzman said his bid to back Trump in 2023 is a ‘vote for change.’

The RNC and Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  



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