Aileen Cannon Overseeing Trump Case Is 'Governmental Insanity'—Attorney

By Bo Beard | May 14, 2024

Felony charges

Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner criticized Judge Aileen Cannon, the Florida judge presiding over former President Donald Trump's case involving classified documents, labeling her as a representation of "governmental insanity." 
 

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The case involves Trump facing numerous felony charges for allegedly unlawfully retaining classified documents that he took from the White House upon leaving office in 2021, storing them at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, and impeding the government's retrieval efforts. 
 

Not guilty

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Trump has entered a plea of not guilty and refuted any accusations of misconduct. Judge Cannon, who was appointed by Trump in 2020, recently postponed the trial scheduled for May 20 indefinitely.