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Trump raises ‘$4m in 24 hours’ after indictment – and he’s ‘ready to fight’

Donald Trump claimed that he raised over $4m within 24 hours of the announcement of his indictment.

In a press release, the former president mentioned the figure and claimed that he was the victim of a political witch hunt.

Sky News has been told by Trump’s lawyers that Trump is ready to fight, as preparations are underway for his historic court appearance next Wednesday.

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Donald Trump to not be handcuffed

Alina Habba is an attorney who works for Trump. She said that Trump is doing well. He is strong, resilient, and not happy about the indictment. But I’d say that he is ready to fight.

“We are seeing selective prosecution. “We’re seeing someone who has been persecuted incessantly.”

“There won’t be a conviction so I don’t even have to address it.” Trump will continue his presidential campaign.”

Trump will appear in court on the 15th Floor of the Courthouse in Lower Manhattan

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He will be appearing before the same judge that convicted Harvey Weinstein, a film executive, on sexual assault and rape charges in February 2020.

Although the full details of Trump’s indictment are still under seal, it is believed that he faces approximately 30 charges for document-related fraud.

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After negotiations between his lawyers, the district attorney’s office and the former president, the former president will not be handcuffed.

It’s an unusual break from normal procedure. Trump is the first ex-president to be charged with criminal offenses. In these extraordinary circumstances, a choreography is being created ‘on the hoof’ by groups of lawyers without any drawings.

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Tuesday afternoon is the scheduled time for the court appearance. Trump will fly by helicopter to New York from his home in California on Monday. Trump will stay in his apartment at the Trump Tower, 5th Avenue. Security has been improved in recent days.

Trump will also be under tight security in the courthouse, where he will have to be escorted out by secret service agents charged with protecting a former president.

All 35,000 officers of New York Police Department were instructed to wear their uniforms “as precautionary measures” following the announcement of the indictment.

This follows Trump’s call to protest his arrest. However, there have been very few or no signs of unrest, let alone demonstrations.

It is possible that the judge will place travel restrictions or other conditions on Trump’s behalf Tuesday in order to hold a hearing. A source close to the secret services says that they are ready for “any option” the judge may suggest.


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