Trump-Hating Tyrannical Judge Gives President Trump ‘Permission’ to Attend Son Barron’s High School Graduation

Former US President Donald Trump (2R) stands with his wife Melania Trump (2L) their son Barron Trump (C) and father-in-law Viktor Knavs, at the start of a funeral for Amalija Knavs, the former first lady’s mother, outside the Church of Bethesda by the Sea, in Palm Beach, Florida, on January 18, 2024. Former first lady Melania Trump’s mother Amalija Knavs, 78, died January 9, 2024 in Miami following an undisclosed illness. (Photo by GIORGIO VIERA / AFP) (Photo by GIORGIO VIERA/AFP via Getty Images)

Radical far-left New York Judge Juan Merchan on Tuesday fined President Trump $9,000 for speaking out in his own defense and violating his gag order in the ongoing lawfare trial in New York City.

Merchan also threatened President Trump with jail if he continued to publicly defend himself in the case.

The judge gave Trump ‘permission’ to attend his son Barron’s high school graduation ceremony on May 17 in Palm Beach, Florida.

“The judge presiding over the NY v. Trump trial in Manhattan granted former President Trump permission on Tuesday to attend his son’s high school graduation in Florida next month.” Fox News reported. “I don’t think the May 17 date is a problem,” Judge Juan Merchan told the court Tuesday morning of Barron Trump’s graduation date.

After refusing to recuse himself, Judge Juan Merchan earlier this month threatened to put President Trump in jail if he didn’t show up for trial.

Earlier this month President Trump asked the judge if he could skip the trial to attend his son Barron’s graduation.

Judge Merchan said that the decision “really depends on if we are on time and where we are in the trial.”

After major backlash the judge gave Trump ‘permission’ to attend his own son’s high school graduation.

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