USA, criticizes Donald Trump in court and on social media: judge suspended for six months
A judge was sanctioned with a six-month suspension for criticizing Donald Trump in court and on social networks. This is what emerges from a decision of the Supreme Court of Utah, in the United States , according to which Judge Michael Kwan started to publish derogatory comments on Donald Trump in 2016, when he was only a candidate for Presidential Elections.
Also according to the Court’s decision, the judge, who has been in office for more than 20 years, had then continued with the offenses after the victory of Trump, for example stamping him “incapacity to govern and political incompetence” on the same day of his investiture at the White House on January 20, 2017. A few weeks later, Judge Kwan had spoken of a “fascist seizure of power”, demanding vigilance against Republican parliamentarians, the president’s party, in Congress for fear that they would turn the American parliament in “Reichstag”.