Trump attorney Alina Habba flaunts 'FJB' necklace, MAGA purse at UFC match – New York Post
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Alina Habba, Donald Trump’s firebrand lawyer, showed up to a UFC match Saturday decked out in bedazzled MAGA gear — including a necklace with the letters “FJB.”
Habba, 39, flaunted the glitzy chain at the UFC 295 title fights Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, where she sat flanked by Donald Trump Jr. and New York Jets owner Woody Johnson.
The glamorous former fashion executive seemingly forked over almost $100 for the solid-silver and white zircons “F–k Joe Biden” necklace, billed as “Cheap Base Metal” jewelry and sold by a New York-based Trump fanatic on Etsy.
She paired the expletive chain with a matching purse etched in rhinestones with the four-letter initials of her boss’s slogan “Make America Great Again” — which she proudly pointed to in a picture with New York Jets owner Woody Johnson.
The top attorney also posed for a picture with Trump, 77, who flashed a thumbs up, flanked by musician Kid Rock and UFC President Dana White.
Habba, along with the ex-president and his crew, were greeted by cheers and “USA! USA!” chants as they walked to their cage-side seats ahead of the start of the main card.
The New Jersey lawyer ditched the accessories for court in New York on Monday, where she watched Donald Trump, Jr. take the stand to refute New York State Attorney General Letitia James’ claim that their Trump Organization fraudulently inflated the values of its properties in financial statements.
The former first son gushed about his father — claiming Trump was “very good at” finding “the sexiness in a real estate project.”
Habba has routinely criticized the case against Trump as a political tactic for James to secure her re-election for the attorney role.
Last week, Habba fired shots at the Manhattan judge overseeing the $250 million civil fraud trial, slamming him as “unhinged” after the two exchanged terse words during the former president’s testimony.
Habba is also representing Trump in the federal case against the former president alleging he mishandled hundreds of classified records — a case she described as a political hit job.
With Post Wires