The Democrats’ prospects of seeing President Donald Trump’s numerous show trials concluded before the November election are fading.

As the presidential election approaches, Hillary Clinton has voiced alarm that Trump’s legal battles will not be resolved before the November election.

Clinton expressed concern that the ongoing delays in Trump’s trials may prevent the Democrats from exploiting the lawsuits to impact the election.

During an appearance on MSNBC, Clinton emphasized the ramifications of outstanding legal issues surrounding Trump, the leading presidential contender.

“Justice delayed is justice denied, and the people in our country, it looks as though, will most likely go to vote without knowing the outcome of these other serious trials,” Clinton said.

“And the one that is going on now currently in New York is really about election interference. It is about trying to prevent the people of our country from having relevant information that may have influenced how they could have voted in 2016 or whether they would have voted,” she added.

Clinton also argued that the Supreme Court is doing “a grave disservice” by not deciding on Trump’s argument for presidential immunity, which was heard on April 25. She claimed that the arguments presented during the hearing were intended to “find loopholes” to grant the former president immunity from his “very serious charges.”

Trump’s legal battles are seeing major delays. The issues were raised on Friday by a longtime critic of the former president, HBO “Real Time” host Bill Maher.

“I mean, the Democrats have had four years to put Trump on trial and it is all just going away. They blew it at every turn,” Maher confessed.

“Here’s what’s happened this week,” he said. “Georgia … They’re gonna take up Trump’s argument about Fani Willis. You know, she’s the prosecutor: she’s having an affair with the guy she hired. I mean, it’s not really relevant to the case, but they left an opening. And now that one’s gonna be delayed.”

“The stolen documents one. That’s never gonna happen because that’s a Trumpy judge down there. So it’s Stormy or bust,” Maher remarked.

Trump critics frequently complain about Southern Florida District Judge Aileen Cannon because she has been a thorn in the side of Special Prosecutor Jack Smith.

Maher continued, “If this one doesn’t work, and she’s a bad witness, because… let me show you a little video. This is when I had Stormy on in 2018, and first I asked her why she had sex with Trump, listen to that, and then listen to what she says after that, and then we’re going to talk about the trial, because it’s quite at variance with what she told me in 2018.”

Maher: Why did you fu*k Donald Trump?

Daniels: “I have no idea. It is not a me too case. I wasn’t assaulted. I wasn’t raped. I wasn’t attacked or raped, or coerced or blackmailed. They tried to shove me in to the me too box.”

“That’s now what she’s saying now,” Maher remarked.

As reported by the Daily Caller, Stormy Daniels’s testimony Tuesday nearly derailed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against Trump as the adult film actress went into salacious details about her alleged “sexual encounter” with the former president.

The Manhattan case is a circus filled with serial liars. The Georgia case is in shambles due to Fani Willis’ unethical behavior. The J6 case could have its heart ripped out by SCOTUS. And the Mar-a-Lago case is a fiasco due to ‘selective and vindictive prosecution.’

This is how craven and desperate the Democratic Party has become in its last-ditch effort to cling to power.

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