Eric Trump Rails Against Fraud Trial, Calls It ‘Waste of Taxpayer Money’ After Testimony Ends

Eric Trump on Friday railed on the $250 million civil fraud case against his family after concluding testimony at the Manhattan trial — where he showed up in nearly identical clothes for two days in a row.

Trump, 39, testified for roughly four and a half hours spread over Thursday and Friday, when he appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court in what appeared to be the same navy suit, light blue tie, white dress shirt, brown oxford shoes and even the same printed light blue socks.

Outside the courtroom afterward, Trump blasted New York Attorney General Letitia James — who is prosecuting the case — and the judge deciding it, echoing claims by his dad, former President Donald Trump, that the trial is a political witch hunt.

“This is a big charade that is a huge waste of taxpayer money and it’s the very reason everyone’s moving out of New York state, and I was actually one of them,” Trump told a gaggle of reporters.

“It’s a joke, it’s an absolute joke,” he said, claiming James was using the case to bolster her career. (Read more from “Eric Trump Rails Against Fraud Trial, Calls It ‘Waste of Taxpayer Money’ After Testimony Ends” HERE)

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