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Trump supporters outside court

Fears of riots and riots gripped Manhattan as protesters gathered outside the courthouse chanting in support of the former US president. In his first public appearance on Truth Social shortly before the court ruling, the former US president commented that the district where the trial is being held is the district where 1% of Republicans voted. Referring to the Judiciary, he spoke of it being “very partisan” and of people who “hate Trump“. Hours before he was due to appear in a Manhattan court, the former president suggested that the trial be moved to another location. In his post on Truth Social, Trump specifically suggested moving the case to nearby Staten Island, a “very fair and safe location” that is friendlier to the Republican Party. He also launched a scathing attack on the “judge and his family” who “hate Trump”, commenting that his daughter worked on the campaign of current Vice President Kamala Harris. “A mock trial,” the post concludes. A handful of Trump supporters and critics had gathered outside the Manhattan courthouse, awaiting his arraignment amid tight security. In a video posted on Twitter by a BuzzFeed reporter, two Trump supporters – one of them wrapped in an American…

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Donald Trump declared innocent

Donald Trump pleaded not guilty, as expected, shortly after arriving in Manhattan court after being indicted on 34 charges related to the case of porn star Stormy Daniels and how Trump bought her silence. About 15 minutes late, the former US president entered the courtroom as supporters protested outside the courthouse. Wearing a dark blue suit and red tie, the 76-year-old Trump appeared expressionless as he arrived and greeted supporters by raising his fist. There were only photographers in the courtroom and no cameras. The process lasted about two hours and ended when the former president and his entourage left for La Guardia Airport and the return trip to Florida. Neither upon arrival nor upon departure did Trump say a word to the crowd of reporters waiting outside the courthouse. The next hearing in this case, with Trump in court, is set for December 4. Speaking after the proceedings, Trump’s lawyer, Todd Blanche, said the former president is “disappointed and upset” by what happened. He even accused the prosecutor of turning a “purely political matter” into a “political prosecution”. “It’s not a good day. I didn’t expect this to happen in the country, you don’t expect this for someone who…

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Bari Weiss’ no-accreditation, no-degree ‘college’ for the canceled triggers mass bemusement

Former New York Times columnist Bari Weiss and friends’ new online ‘university’ devoted to “forbidden knowledge” has critics howling over her dubious record with free speech on campus. Others think it’s just what students need. The venture, called the University of Austin and headquartered in the eponymous city, was officially unveiled on Monday b..

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Washington blasts Belarus over migrant disaster on Polish border

The US Department of State has condemned Minsk over the tensions on the Polish border, sparked by a new wave of migrants seeking to reach the EU. Washington vowed to continue putting pressure on Belarus authorities. State Department spokesman Ned Price urged Belarus to stop the alleged encouragement and facilitation of illegal migration. “As long ..

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Man shot by Kyle Rittenhouse admits he pulled gun on teenager first

Gaige Grosskreutz, who was wounded by teenage accused murderer Kyle Rittenhouse, admitted under oath that he pulled his gun on Rittenhouse and advanced toward him before being shot. Conservatives say that the shocking admission, made in court in Wisconsin on Monday, proves the teen’s self-defense case. Gaige Grosskreutz, 27, was wounded by Kyle Ri..

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