Thursday’s jury selection in former President Donald Trump’s New York hush money trial saw the dismissal of two jurors who were sworn in on Tuesday. Both jurors were dismissed after it became clear that they could not serve as jurors in the case without being biased.

Juror #2 was dismissed after she admitted that she could no longer put aside her bias and be impartial in the case. Telling Judge Juan Merchan that “outside influence” would “interfere” with her judgment in the case, she said, “I definitely have concerns. I don’t think I can be fair,” she stated.

Juror #4, a man from the Lower East Side, was dismissed after a prosecutor revealed that he was arrested for ripping off right-based political posters.

After the two jurors were excused, bringing down the total of sworn-in jurors to 5, seven more jurors were selected, completing the full 12-person jury. One alternate juror was also selected, with five more left to be picked.

According to the New York post, the new jurors sworn-in Thursday include a speech therapist from the Upper East Side, a retired wealth manager from Lebanon and a man from Murray Hill who works at an eyewear company.

The jury consists of up to six men and three women, per Fox News who did not have information on the remaining three jurors.

After the selection, Merchan said, A full 12-person panel of Manhattanites, plus one alternate, had been selected in the case by Thursday afternoon. “We have our jury.”

After the jurors were selected, Trump left the courtroom at 5 p.m. Speaking to reporters as he left, he complained about the freezing courtroom and how he was not supposed to be spending his days there.

“I’m supposed to be in New Hampshire. I’m supposed to be in Georgia. I’m supposed to be in North Carolina, South Carolina. I’m supposed to be in a lot of different places campaigning, but I’ve been here all day on a trial that really is a very unfair trial,” he said.

“I’ve been sitting here for days now from morning ’til night in that freezing room. Freezing. Everybody was freezing in there, and all for this…,” he continued.

The jury selection process in the case will continue on Friday, when the remaining five alternate jurors are scheduled to be picked.