Trump Walks Out During Closing Arguments in E. Jean Carroll Case

 January 27, 2024

Apparently, Donald Trump had heard enough.

America's former president apparently walked out of court, right in the middle of closing arguments in the E. Jean Carroll defamation case.

A lawyer was delivering closing remarks on Carroll's behalf on Jan. 26 when Trump didn't want to deal with it any longer.

Shortly after lawyer Roberta Kaplan accused Trump of trying "to normalize conduct that is abnormal," he got up and walked out.

Judge Lewis Kaplan immediately took note, saying:

The record will reflect that Mr. Trump just rose and walked out of the courtroom.

This isn't the first time that Trump has stormed out of a courtroom in recent days.

During his New York civil fraud trial, he reportedly "huffed out" after a judge denied a move to end the case in Trump's favor.

Trump's lawyer, Alina Habba, has been accused of misbehaving a bit herself.

One judge recently had to threaten her for being disruptive.

"You are on the verge of spending some time in the lockup. Now sit down."

If Trump was told that during Carroll's closing arguments, he sure didn't listen.