Trump-appointed judge lets Capitol insurrectionist leave the country for vacation in Mexico: report
Jenny Cudd in a Facebook video. (Screenshot)

Days before Donald Trump stands trial for inciting insurrection, one of his supporters achieved a court victory.

"A federal judge on Friday night approved a Texas woman's request to travel to Mexico for a prepaid "work-related bonding retreat" after she was charged in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the US Capitol," BuzzFeed News reported Friday.

"Jenny Cudd, who owns a flower shop in Midland, Texas, was indicted this week on five federal charges in connection with the assault on the Capitol — including obstructing an official proceeding, unlawfully going into a restricted area, and violent entry or disorderly conduct. According to charging papers, she was recorded on security cameras inside the Capitol and posted a video on Facebook later in the day describing how she was part of the mob that 'pushed and pushed' to force their way in," BuzzFeed reported.

The order was signed by US District Judge Trevor McFadden, who was appointed to the bench by Trump.