Donald Trump confession live on TV has rocked Washington, D.C.

The 2024 election looks razor close. But that can all change on a dime.

And this confession about Donald Trump live on TV has rocked Washington, D.C. to its core.

There’s a major lesson within Democrat Party circles that they force anyone and everyone to learn, and that’s the lesson of defending your own and attacking the opponent at all costs. Under no circumstances are you supposed to criticize your own and you are to find any and all avenues and openings to attack political opposition.

The Democrat Party today is ruthless and exhibits everything wrong with Washington, D.C. politics that Americans absolutely loathe. This lesson has largely been effective for them, as the Republican Party has been heavily characterized by infighting for the past twenty years. Donald Trump’s win in 2016 cemented an anti-establishment desire amongst conservatives, but some Never-Trumpers have been trying to divide the Party as much as possible.

So when opposition is busy infighting, it’s not hard to deflect and go on the offensive as the Democrats have been doing for the past six years or so. That being said, Joe Biden’s presidency has changed everything about Democrat politics over the past three years.

Normally, this election year, Democrats would be defending a Democrat president tooth and nail and deflecting as much as possible to go after political opposition. That’s not happening. What we’re seeing is even Leftist media outlets like CNN are being forced to read the writing on the wall and acknowledge that the American people are largely fed up with the Biden administration. Loyal Democrats are speaking out against the narrative.

Consider what this former top Democrat Governor had to say about Donald Trump recently on Bill Maher’s show.

Former Governor Cuomo Criticizes Civil Fraud Case Against Trump

In a recent interview, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo expressed strong opposition to the civil fraud case brought against former President Donald Trump by New York Attorney General Letitia James. Speaking on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher: Overtime, Cuomo argued that the case was politically motivated and would not have been pursued if Trump were not a prominent figure and presidential candidate.

Cuomo’s remarks came after New York Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump to pay a $354 million fine in February, following a September 2023 ruling that found Trump liable for fraud.

Cuomo, who previously served as New York’s Attorney General, stated unequivocally that the case was unjustified. “The Attorney General’s case in New York, frankly, should have never been brought,” Cuomo said. “If his name was not Donald Trump, and he if he wasn’t running for president… I’m telling you that case would have never been brought, and that’s what is offensive to people.”

During the discussion, which also featured former Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Cuomo highlighted the politically charged nature of James’ actions. James had promised to investigate Trump during her 2018 campaign, branding him an “illegitimate president.” In September 2022, she filed a lawsuit against Trump, accusing him of inflating the value of his real estate holdings to secure loans.

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct is currently investigating claims made by real estate attorney Adam Leitman Bailey. Bailey alleged in a February 16 interview with NBC New York that Judge Engoron had pressured him to “get it right” regarding the case against Trump.

Cuomo’s criticism extended beyond the civil fraud case. Host Bill Maher and Cuomo also discussed the indictment of Trump by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who charged Trump with 34 counts of falsifying business records. Trump was convicted on all counts on May 30.

Maher expressed his own reservations about this indictment, suggesting it was poorly conceived and focused too much on sensational aspects. “I was always with you on the one in New York, the hush money trial,” Maher said. “I don’t think they should have brought that one. It was just always going to look like a s*x case and people were always just going to look at it that way.”

The political atmosphere in New York has seen other high-profile cases, such as the state’s actions against the National Rifle Association (NRA) following the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida. Financial regulators pressured banks and insurance companies to sever ties with the NRA, and Cuomo himself labeled the organization a “terrorist organization” in an April 20, 2018, Twitter (now known as X) post, urging companies to reconsider their affiliations with the group.

Largely, the American public has not reacted well to the lawsuits being brought against Donald Trump from the Northeast region of the United States. Polls and surveys suggest they are skeptical of the lawsuits because of potential background corruption. The New York area has long been a stereotypical corruption hotspot in terms of criminal justice and civil justice.

Andrew Cuomo putting aside his own Trump Derangement Syndrome to simply acknowledge that the lawsuits being brought against Donald Trump are balogna is truly eye-opening. It highlights how the Democrats are losing their grip on the narrative as we lead up to the election.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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