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Former President expresses frustrations on social media platform

Mar-a-Lago fundraiser is set to raise $43 million (Via Marcus Guetta/Shutterstock)

Former President Donald Trump used his social media platform, Truth Social, on Saturday to share his frustrations about several legal battles he’s involved in. In a series of posts, he criticized judges, gag orders, and his opponents in court, including New York Attorney General Letitia James.

He specifically named Judge Juan Merchan and Judge Lewis Kaplan, and mentioned a woman who accused him of assault, likely referring to E. Jean Carroll.

Trump didn’t stop there; he also criticized Judge Arthur Engoron, calling him a “whack job.” Despite facing many legal problems, Trump stayed firm in his stance, comparing himself once again to Nelson Mandela, the late South African leader.

Trump has made this comparison before, saying at a rally that he didn’t mind being compared to Mandela because he believed he was fighting for a good cause.

Donald Trump (Via Tim Smith/Getty Images)

Trump’s social media posts came right before a big fundraising event at Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Florida. The event was expected to raise a record $43 million, showing Trump still has a lot of influence in certain political circles and can get a lot of financial support.

Trump using Truth Social, his own social media platform, to talk about his problems shows he’s still trying to stay in the public eye and talk directly to his supporters without using traditional media.

Even with all his legal problems and controversies, Trump is still a big figure in American politics and has a lot of loyal supporters who back him up.

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