Trump fraud-trial judge evacuated from Manhattan courthouse soon after testimony end

The lower Manhattan courtroom is getting close to the conclusion of the Trump fraud trial.

On Wednesday, over ten weeks of testimony came to an end, and a verdict is anticipated in less than a month.

Someone started a small fire outside the judge's robing room four hours after the testimony concluded.

He has refused to resign in spite of mounting calls for it, calling the encounter at the heart of the investigation a consensual one.

Four hours after the civil fraud trial against Donald Trump and the Trump Organization concluded on Wednesday

someone set papers on fire and then used several fire extinguishers on the floor next to the judge's robing room, 

resulting in the evacuation of the lower Manhattan courthouse.

At approximately 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron, the case's judge, heard shouting coming from the floor while he was in his robing room.

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