A first in US history: Trump will appear in court – Last Minute World News


On the other hand, with the grand jury indicting Trump, security measures were increased extraordinarily in New York City, especially in the courthouse and around Trump Tower.

While all officers in the New York Police Department (NYPD) are called to duty starting today, regardless of rank, it was stated that there are no significant security threats in the city for now.

Fabien Levy, press spokesperson for New York Mayor Eric Adams, stated that senior executives are in constant communication with each other for the safety of the city, adding, “The President is in contact with law enforcement officials and the NYPD is always ready to respond to incidents on the ground and keep New Yorkers safe. ready.“ used the phrases.

It was stated that Secret Service members responsible for Trump’s security will meet with the NYPD, district attorney’s office and court officials today to review the logistics of the historic hearing on April 4.

In the interviews, it was stated that they will evaluate the processes such as what Trump will do during the detention process, how to take his fingerprints, take a criminal record, and then take him to court, starting with the arrival of his convoy.

Trump will be the first ex-president in American history to stand trial for an accusation against him.

Trump, who is a candidate for the 2024 presidential election in the USA, announced on March 18 that he expected the arrest of the Manhattan District Attorney regarding his investigation, and therefore called for protests.

Trump described the indictment decision of the jury yesterday as „political“ and argued that it was „interference in the elections“.

Pornstar Stormy Daniels‘


Adult movie star Stormy Daniels claimed that she signed an agreement in 2016 for a payment of 130,000 dollars to remain silent about her alleged sexual intercourse with Trump, but argued that it was invalid because it was not signed by Trump.

While Trump denied Daniels‘ allegations, Michael Cohen, who was Trump’s lawyer before the 2016 election campaign, confirmed that he paid Daniels $130,000 from his own account on Trump’s behalf.

Cohen claimed that the Trump companies later repaid him about $420,000 in bonuses.

Detained in December 2018 on charges of „lying“ and „tax evasion“ in the investigation into Trump’s election campaign, Cohen was sentenced to 3 years in court and sent to federal prison in Otisville in May 2019 to serve his sentence.

In those years, federal prosecutors did not need to initiate any investigation against Trump, while the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office initiated what is known as the „shutdown“ payment.

It was stated that the prosecutor’s office examined the legal status of the said payment within the framework of the election campaign and how the payment was reflected in the company records.

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The grand jury’s indictment of former President Donald Trump has led to extraordinary security measures in New York City, particularly around the courthouse and Trump Tower. All officers in the NYPD have been called to duty, and Secret Service members responsible for Trump’s security will meet with local officials to review logistics for his upcoming trial. Trump is the first ex-president in US history to stand trial for an accusation against him. In addition to the indictment, the investigation centers around a $130,000 payment allegedly made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about an alleged affair with Trump. While Trump denies the allegations, his former lawyer Michael Cohen confirmed he made the payment.

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