Washington, Aug 2: Former US President Donald Trump has received a setback in his comeback 2024 Presidential primaries with a Fulton Judge in Georgia, Robert C.I. McBurney pulling him up for using his legal counsel to derail election interference charges ahead of a possible indictment in the middle of August this year.
For Trump, who has emerged triumphant in his 2024 Republican run up to the primaries by upping the ante against potential rival Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in several debates, the Georgia indictment has come as a rude shock.
The Fulton County Judge Robert C.I. McBurney appears to have put a brake on Trump's campaign trail when he chided his lawyers for unnecessary and unfounded legal filing ahead of indictment charges expected sometime in Mid-August, media reports said.