Maher: Bragg's Case Relied on Election Claim 'I Don't Know' Is True, Should Have Been Federal

Maher: Bragg’s Case Relied on Election Claim ‘I Don’t Know’ Is True, Should Have Been Federal


On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against 2024 Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump relied on claiming that Trump’s hush money payment “got him the election” and that’s unclear, and the case should have been brought at the federal level.

Maher began by saying that many reactions from the right seem to ignore that the ruling was handed down by a jury and “I don’t get this stuff about dictators and we’re losing our way of life. This is our way of life. This was a jury. Does that not have any resonance, any meaning?”

Former Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) responded by pointing out that Bragg took an approach of, “I’m going to

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