Manhattan D.A. Seeks Delay in Trump’s ‘Hush Money’ Trial: Desperation or Strategy?

In a surprising turn of events, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is now seeking a 30-day delay for the much-anticipated trial involving former President Donald Trump and the alleged “hush money” case. This development comes hot on the heels of the Supreme Court’s consideration of the presidential immunity issue, adding another layer of intrigue to an already high-profile legal battle.

Now, isn’t that a hoot? The Manhattan D.A.’s office is claiming they need more time due to some conveniently “newly disclosed evidence” from the U.S. attorney’s office. It seems like they just can’t wait to throw more mud at Trump, even if it means playing the delay game.

Trump’s legal team initially wanted the trial postponed, not because they think he’s above the law, but because they’re waiting on the Supreme Court to clarify some key points. They just want to make sure the trial is fair and square, but it seems like the other side is desperate to rush ahead with whatever they’ve got.

It’s like a never-ending circus, folks. The left just can’t resist taking every opportunity to go after Trump, even if it means bending the rules or cutting corners. But hey, what else is new?

As both sides scramble for an advantage, it looks like the trial date will likely get pushed back. That’s politics for you – always full of surprises, twists, and turns. Stay tuned as RedState keeps you updated on this ongoing saga.

Isn’t it just typical of the left to keep piling on, trying to score points no matter what? But hey, as long as Trump gets a fair shake in the end, that’s all that matters. Let’s hope justice prevails, even in the midst of all this chaos.

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