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Trump Briefly Explains the Indictment: What Has Taken Place

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In a landmark case involving claims that he organized hush-money payments to two women prior to the 2016 US election in order to prevent the public disclosure of their alleged sexual encounters with him, Donald Trump was charged on Tuesday with 34 felonies for falsifying business records. Trump, the first current or past US president to face criminal charges, was charged by prosecutors in Manhattan of attempting to hide a violation of election laws during his successful 2016 campaign. Stormy Daniels, an adult film actress, and Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model, are the two women involved in the lawsuit.

Trump entered a not guilty plea to the accusations.

Trump, who is expected to win the Republican nomination in 2024, responded only quickly when the judge questioned him about his understanding of his rights. The judge once appeared to be asking for a response by placing his palm over his ear. When Trump exited court a little under an hour later, he said nothing.
Trump took a plane to his home state of Florida, where he delivered a tirade against investigators, prosecutors, and opposition lawmakers to family, friends, and fans at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach. He incorrectly claimed that the New York case involved electoral meddling.

According to prosecutor Chris Conroy, defendant Donald J. Trump fabricated New York company records to hide an unlawful plot to taint the 2016 presidential election and other electoral law violations. Falsifying business records in New York is a criminal punishable by up to four years in jail when done to further or hide another crime, such as violating election laws. Falsifying business records on its own carries a maximum one-year prison sentence.
In a news briefing following the arrest, attorney general Alvin Bragg defended the accusations. “Today, we support our moral obligation to make sure that everyone is treated equally under the law. The lasting American is unaffected by wealth or influence.

Todd Blanche, a lawyer for Trump, told reporters, “We’re going to fight it hard.”

He claimed that despite Trump’s anger, frustration, and rage over the accusations, “… he’s driven. It won’t deter him, either. And it won’t make him move slower. And it matches his expectations perfectly.
The court assigned to Trump’s case, Justice Juan Merchan, did not apply a gag order but did issue a warning to the president to refrain from saying anything that might incite disorder. In a string of social media statements, according to the prosecution, Trump threatened “death and destruction” if he were to be charged. The utmost sentence for any one of the 34 felony counts against Trump is four years in jail.

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