Saturday, September 30, 2023
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Saturday, September 30, 2023

Trump’s Motorcade Heads to Miami Courthouse: Indictment Update




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Stay tuned for real-time updates as former President Donald Trump arrives at a federal court in Miami, facing a 37-count indictment concerning the mishandling of classified materials, Your Content has learned.

Former President Donald Trump has departed from his Doral golf club, with his motorcade en route to the Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr.

US Courthouse in Miami. Traffic near the resort has been blocked in preparation for Trump’s departure, as seen in recent photos.

At 3 p.m., Trump, 76, is expected to enter a plea of not guilty to the 37 federal charges during the arraignment.

Miami Mayor Francis X.

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Suarez has called for peaceful protests and ensuring the safety of all attendees during this significant event.

Earlier reports estimated a substantial gathering of demonstrators ranging from 5,000 to 50,000 near the courthouse.

The charges against Trump pertain to the alleged mishandling and concealment of top-secret documents after his departure from the White House in January 2021.

Expressing his discontent, Trump publicly criticized special counsel Jack Smith, whom he accused of being biased against him.

The former president labeled Smith a radical right lunatic and criticized the Department of Justice, which appointed him to the Trump investigation.

Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican candidate for the 2024 presidency, has issued a letter calling on his fellow contenders, including Mike Pence, Nikki Haley, and Ron DeSantis, to commit to pardoning Trump if elected.

Ramaswamy emphasized the need to denounce what he views as a politicized prosecution.

During Trump’s arraignment, he will not be handcuffed or have a mugshot taken.

Instead, he will provide his address, Social Security number, and have his digital fingerprint recorded.

The timing of his booking will depend on his arrival.

Authorities are currently investigating a suspicious device found near the entrance of the Miami courthouse.

Law enforcement swiftly cleared the area around a television display affixed to a utility pole, which bore an offensive message against the news media.

Please note that access to the courtroom during the high-profile arraignment will be limited for journalists, who will be selected through a lottery system that prohibits the use of cellphones inside, according New York Post.

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