The lights are out in Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial.

After 44 days of testimony, the trial is set to resume in January with closing arguments. A final decision in the case is not expected until late January or early February, when Judge Arthur Engoron issues a written opinion.

“We have oral arguments scheduled for Jan. 11 but in a strange way, I’m going to miss this trial. It’s been an experience,” Engoron remarked Wednesday as he wrapped up the day’s contentious proceedings.

“I feel exactly like I did before, three years ago. This case was a joke. We wasted three months,” Trump’s legal spokesperson, Alina Habba, said on her way out of court.

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