Trump Reveals The Moment When People Apologized To Him With Tears In Their Eyes

During an interview Tuesday evening, former President Donald Trump stated that authorities at the courthouse in Manhattan where he was detained apologized to him and were “actually crying.”

Trump said the folks in the courthouse were “incredible,” during an interview with Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson.

“When I arrived at the courthouse, which can be considered a prison in some ways, they was signing me in, and individuals were crying,” he explained. “People who are working there professionally, those who have no problem putting in the murderers and seeing everyone. It was a difficult environment, and they were sobbing. They were in fact sobbing.”

“‘I’m sorry, they said.’ ‘2024, sir,’ they’d say. 2024.’ And tears are streaming down their cheeks. I have never seen anything like it before,” he explained. “Those individuals are incredible. Those are your cops. These are the folks that work in the courtroom. They’re amazing folks. Many of them were in or near tears. Please accept my sincere apologies. ‘We apologize, sir. We apologize.’ They insisted on having me perform specific things. ‘Sir, I can’t believe I have to ask you,’ they said. ‘I can’t believe I have to ask you to do this.’ As you can see, it was lovely in one sense because they understood it. In another way, you might say it’s ugly.”

Trump continued by remarking, “In a lot of ways, this was a beautiful day because the people understood.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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