Sunny Hostin hits out at Trump for 'raising a storm' during the Hush Money trial

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“The View” panelist Sunny Hostin attacked Donald Trump on Wednesday for “raising a storm” in court.

May 1, 2024, published at 7:30 PM ET

The view panelist Sunny Hostin tore into Donald Trump for “farting up a storm” in court while she claimed it was his hush money trial led voters away from 2024 presidential election hopefuls, RadarOnline.com has learned.

On Wednesday's episode During the morning talk show, the hosts discussed how the current media landscape could impact public perception as the election approaches.

Hostin expressed disappointment that Trump was chosen by the Republican Party as the presumptive nominee despite facing “88 criminal charges” and being “found liable for sexual abuse.”

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“I'm so shocked that this is all the Republican Party has to offer,” she said.

The left-wing TV personality and former prosecutor said she had “some hope” that Americans would be less likely to vote for Trump as they follow developments in his criminal trial in New York.

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Hostin argued that Trump's hush money lawsuit diverted voters away from presidential hopefuls.

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“I think people are paying attention to the fact that he's been there fine of $9,000 for violating a gag order, that he's just losing, and he's farting up a storm in the courtroom, everyone's writing about that,” Hostin told her colleagues.

She went on to say that Trump was “probably just shocked” by the reports, including those that said he had fallen asleep several times in court.

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“He's sitting there falling asleep, he's 'Sleepy Don' now, there's no 'Sleepy Joe' anymore,” Hostin continued. “I think there are a lot of good things happening in the courtroom.”

Co-host Joy Behar then joked that someone should “give him some Imodium.”

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Hostin said she felt Americans were taking the criminal charges against Trump seriously.

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Hostin argued that research has shown that “33% of Americans are much less likely to vote for Trump because of the criminal case, and two-thirds of registered voters, 64%, say the hush money allegations are serious. If he is convicted, they will too. don't vote for him.”

“I think that's a bright spot. I think that's important,” she added.

Hostin shared her perspective after conservative panelist Alyssa Farah Griffin argued that the process could sway voters toward Trump, and that he “could very well be president in seven months.”

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Trump has reportedly fallen asleep in court several times since the trial began.

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“This is what I'm afraid of,” Griffin explained. “My first thought was that the fact that he was on trial in a courtroom and not on the campaign trail would hurt him. I'm starting to think that this isn't happening the same way because he doesn't say crazy things there.”

With the former president appearing in court, Griffin worried that he might benefit from “sitting there quietly with his hands folded.”

Meanwhile, as unrest at colleges across the country filled headlines, the co-host said Americans weren't seeing news about “all the horrible things that are happening.” [Trump] what he will do in his second term,” and instead “they see violence and protests on college campuses.”

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