New York Attorney General Letitia James was just dealt a small loss in her fraud case against Trump.
James had filed an objection to Trump expert witnesses testifying since Judge Engoron had made a partial summary judgment against Trump.
Engoron shot down her motion, but you really need to read between the lines here.
When I wrote my last report on this, I specifically stated that if Engoron ruled in favor of James, it would give even more credence to Trump asking for a new trial.
As it turns out, that is exactly why Engoron denied James’ motion.
Engoron reportedly stated, "I don't want a retrial of this case. I don't want to be reversed.”
Now, if you read between the lines of that statement, again, it seems pretty clear to me that regardless of what these witnesses say, Engoron has made his mind up.
If not, why would he be worried about a retrial or having his decision overturned? That statement alone is ammunition for Trump to ask for a new trial or could be a nail in the coffin of Engoron’s decision if they go right to appeal.
Trump’s legal team will be calling Jason Flemmons, a forensic accounting expert, Steve Witkoff, a New York City real estate investor, Steven Laposa of Laposa Realty Advisors, and David Miller, an expert in insurance issues and underwriting.
This will surely be to offset the idiotic valuations that were given for Mar-a-Lago and other Trump properties, which seem to be grossly undervalued.
As I had stated in other reports, when I did a property search in the area, there were properties that were one-tenth the size of Mar-a-Lago that were going for $60 million, so how is that the top valuation for Mar-a-Lago was less than $30 million?
I just don’t see how Trump can possibly lose this case on appeal, and that is what he will have to rely on because Engoron more than likely already has his ruling written.