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Maggie Haberman Points Out The Main Reason Trump Is Losing His Mind Over Georgia Case



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According to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, Donald Trump is troubled by the Georgia election interference case against him primarily because of the woman who is leading the case. Haberman explained to CNN’s Jake Tapper that Trump doesn’t seem to be bothered by the case’s facts and details but is rather disturbed by the prosecutor, Fani Willis, whom he has been complaining about for an extended period.

Haberman noted that Trump tends to be upset by women in positions of power and individuals he perceives as attacking him. In this case, the Fulton County district attorney’s office indicted Trump and 18 of his associates last month in a significant racketeering case related to their attempts to alter the results of Georgia’s 2020 election.

“I don’t think, in Trump’s mind, this case bothers him in terms of the facts and the details. The prosecutor bothers him. He has been complaining about Fani Willis for months and months,” Haberman said on Wednesday.

“Women in power, among other things, tend to upset him. People who he feels he’s under attack from upset him,” she added.

Trump has frequently used inflammatory and racially charged language in his social media attacks against Willis, who is Black. Haberman also mentioned that he has criticized the male prosecutor, Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg, who charged Trump in March with falsifying business records in connection to a hush money payment. However, Trump has shown a particular focus on Willis, and this case has clearly affected him.

Trump is facing indictments in both New York and Georgia, as well as two federal cases involving a total of 91 felony charges. The federal cases are related to his handling of classified documents and his involvement in an attempted coup.

Additionally, Trump has targeted special counsel Jack Smith, who is leading the federal prosecutions, as well as the judges overseeing these cases. This situation has resulted in prosecutors, judges, and grand jurors associated with these cases being subjected to violent threats, harassment, and online abuse.

Take a look at the segment below from CNN.


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