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‘I’ve had enough’: Alina Habba complains about her own ‘angry soundbites’ at trial

Alina Habba, Donald Trump’s attorney, complained Wednesday that she had repeated too many “angry soundbites” throughout the former president’s hush money trial.

As jury deliberations continued, Habba spoke to Fox News host Shannon Bream.

“And it’s not right. It’s un-American,” she griped. “And frankly, at this point, you know, I’ve had enough angry soundbites in these courthouses now, I could say, almost an entire block.”

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“I was down there for 11 weeks,” Habba added. “I was at another courthouse behind me for three weeks, and now I’m here.”

Trump’s attorney has done daily interviews on Fox News as the trial was underway.

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TruthPukes Take:

  • “And frankly, at this point, you know, I’ve had enough angry soundbites in these courthouses now, I could say, almost an entire block.
  • “I was at another courthouse behind me for three weeks, and now I’m here.
  • Trump’s attorney has done daily interviews on Fox News as the trial was underway.
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