President Trump has promised to appeal a trial date that was set in the federal case related to Jan. 6, slamming “Trump Hating Judge” Tanya Chutkan for scheduling the first date in the trial for March 4, 2024 – the day before Super Tuesday.
Trump wrote in a statement shared to Truth Social:
“Deranged Jack Smith & his team of Thugs, who were caught going to the White House just prior to Indicting the 45th President of the United States (an absolute No No!), have been working on this Witch Hunt for almost 3 years, but decided to bring it smack in the middle of Crooked Joe Biden’s Political Opponent’s campaign against him. Election Interference!”
He added that Chutkan had only given him a “two month extension” that delivered “just what our corrupt government wanted.”
“I will APPEAL!” he vowed.
Per RSBN, Super Tuesday is a hallmark date for primary presidential candidates hoping to win as many delegates as possible during an election year.
So far, Trump has three major trial dates slated for early 2024: March 4, 2024 (Jan. 6 case), March 25, 2024 (NYC “hush money” case), and May 20, 2024 (“classified” documents case).
According to The Epoch Times, Judge Chutkan determined that she would not take Trump’s personal, political, or professional circumstances into account when it came to scheduling this trial.
On Truth Social, Trump speculated:
“How do you have an Indictment that is based almost entirely on the findings of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Marxists, Fascists, and Political Hacks, when these same lowlifes, who have been caught lying for years about Russia, Russia, Russia, Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine, FISA, the Fake Dossier, & much more, purposely & Illegally DESTROYED & DELETED all of the Evidence, Findings, & Proof of the January 6th Committee? When will Deranged Jack Smith Criminally Charge the Committee?”
President Trump was arrested last week in Georgia in relation to a separate case brought against him by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. He is scheduled to be arraigned in that case on Sept. 6.