Former President Donald Trump arrived at Trump Tower in New York City on Monday, one day before his planned court appearance on Tuesday, to react to a recent indictment handed down by the office of District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Video reports showed a crowd of Trump voters rallied outside the facility to show their support for the former president in the face of allegations that many people have characterized as being politically motivated. Trump flashed a grin and waved to cheering fans as he entered the building.
In preparation for his return to the city that never sleeps, his devoted followers gathered in large numbers in front of the apartment building where he resides in New York City.
Tomorrow, President Trump, who just touched down at LaGuardia Airport in New York City, will respond to the latest indictment from DA Alvin Bragg’s office.
The legal team for Donald Trump has announced that their client plans to enter a not-guilty plea to all of the accusations against him when he appears in court on Tuesday.
Reports show that as his jet got closer to landing, people began to assemble around Trump Tower on 5th Avenue, where they sang a loud chorus of support for him.
Also, supporters voiced their disapproval of what many have referred to as a “political witch hunt” directed by DA Bragg.
According to a report, on a historic day, followers of Donald Trump displayed love and optimism for him in front of Trump Tower, despite New York City Mayor Eric Adams’s warnings to the city to “behave.”
According to the Gateway Pundit, the Soros-funded DA arraigned President Trump on bogus criminal charges upon his return to NYC this week. Trump looked tough. Throughout his life, the businessman and American President was never convicted of a crime.
Forbes wrote that in the first prosecution of a past president, Donald Trump pleaded not guilty in Manhattan federal court to 34 felony charges of falsifying company records.
Several outlets reported that Trump entered the plea before Judge Juan Merchan at the Manhattan criminal court. Trump called his arrest “surreal” in a Truth Social post before entering the court.