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by Cristina Laila

The Gateway Pundit

February 2, 2024

The verdict in the civil fraud trial against President Trump has been delayed until early to mid-February, according to a New York court spokesperson.

The non-jury Soviet-style show trial played out in court for 11 weeks. Far-left Judge Arthur Engoron previously said he would deliver a verdict by January 31.

The early to mid-February date is a “rough estimate” and the decision will be a “written filing,” The Guardian reported.

It is unclear why there is a delay, however, legal watchers have speculated that it may be because of a last-minute letter from a former federal judge.

Former federal judge Barbara Jones, a Clinton appointee, sent a January 26 letter claiming she identified “certain deficiencies” about a $48 million loan Trump received in 2012 related to his building in Chicago.

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