Historical Case: Former US President Donald Trump Goes To Court
Former US President Donald Trump has appeared in court on charges of saying ‘shut up’ and paying money after having an affair with an adult movie star. Trump left the court, denying all 34 charges against him. Commenting on the accusations as election interference, Trump said, “I would never have thought something like this could happen in America.” aforementioned. According to the indictment, Trump paid the two women a total of $280,000 to remain silent. The next hearing in the case is scheduled for December 4.
Former US President Donald Trump has tested in court on charges that he paid “hush” money to hide her relationship with adult movie star Stormy Daniels.
Trump, who came to the courthouse under heavy security measures, listened to the accusations brought against him by the Manhattan Attorney General’s Office.
In the 16-page indictment, Trump is charged on 34 counts of violating election campaign law regarding fraudulent commercial records as part of a $130,000 “hush share” payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Prosecutors argued that Trump was part of an illegal conspiracy to undermine the integrity of the 2016 election and concealed negative information about himself to support his candidacy.
While Trump vehemently denied all accusations against him by saying “I am innocent”, the judge warned Trump in court to avoid rhetoric that could cause social unrest.
“MASS ELECTION INTERVENTION”
Trump made evaluations in front of the cameras at his mansion in Florida, where he returned after appearing before a judge in New York.
Criticizing the accusations against him, Trump said, “I would never have thought that such a thing could happen in America. The only crime I have committed is savagely defending our nation against those who try to destroy it.” used expressions.
Trump described the accusations against prosecutors as “mass election interference by far-leftists on an unprecedented scale in the country” and said, “This baseless case was filed only to interfere in the 2024 election and should be dropped immediately.” said.
In his speech, Trump also criticized the ongoing investigation into election interference in Georgia and the investigation into “confidential documents” at his Florida mansion, arguing that the justice system had become unlawful under the Biden administration.
Defending that the country’s economy has collapsed, inflation is out of control, and that China, Russia, Iran and North Korea have formed a threatening and destructive coalition in foreign policy, Trump said, “If you take the five worst presidents in history. The wreckage of the United States in our country, Joe Biden and his administration. He couldn’t even come close to her.” said.
HUNTER ATTENDS BIDEN’S LAPTOP EVENT
Referring to the documents within the scope of the crime that came out of Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s laptop, Trump also evaluated the fact that the Ministry of Justice and the FBI prevented their sharing on social media as an intervention in the elections and said: There’s bad news. He tried not to say anything.” aforementioned.
“We are a crumbling country,” Trump said in his speech, which lasted about 30 minutes. And now these radical left freaks want to use law enforcement to interfere with our elections, we can’t let that happen.” He promised to make America great again.
Trump’s four lawyers, who were with him in the courtroom, made statements to the press on the way out and stated that they would fight for the charges to be dropped.
The next hearing in the case is scheduled for December 4.
GOVERNMENT LAWYER CHARGE OF “34 MORE CRIMES”
Speaking to the press after Trump took his statement, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said, “The grand jury found a total of 34 documents containing critical inaccuracies,” regarding the payments he made to the former President’s attorney, Michael Cohen, in the 2016 election. .
Bragg said they were conducting an “in-depth investigation” into the allegations against Trump and that, according to the records, he violated the Federal Election Act limit or contributions.
“Under New York State law, it is a felony to falsify business records in order to defraud and conceal another crime,” the Attorney General said. aforementioned.
Bragg said Trump paid Cohen for “fictitious legal services” in 2017 “to cover up the real crimes committed last year”.
Noting that there is additional evidence regarding the allegations against Trump, Bragg said, “Who you are. We cannot and will not normalize serious criminal behavior.” said.
ASSIGNED TO THE 2016 ELECTIONS
“Evidence will show that he did this to cover up crimes related to the 2016 election,” said Attorney General Alvin Bragg, referring to the election in which Donald Trump won the US Presidency. Said. made the statement.
“Donald Trump, executives of the publishing company American Media Incorporated, Mr. Cohen and others agreed in 2015 a ‘catch and kill’ scheme to suppress negative information to increase Mr Trump’s chances of winning the election.” The Attorney General underlined that three separate payments were made, saying “people who claim to have negative information about Trump”.
Emphasizing that front companies were established for the aforementioned payments, Bragg noted that one of the 3 people who were paid “to keep quiet” was “a woman named Stormy Daniels”.
Less than two weeks before the US presidential election, the Manhattan Attorney General said that Michael Cohen’s $130,000 payment to Daniels’ lawyers “damaged voters’ information”.
“Today we fulfill our solemn responsibility to ensure that all are equal before the law. No amount of money and no power can change this enduring American principle,” the Attorney General said. he finished.
Charges against TRUMP
According to US media, Donald Trump is accused of paying two women $150,000 and $130,000 to keep quiet, attempting to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, forging documents and trying to block negative information directed at him during his presidential candidacy.
“Shut Up SHARE” INVESTIGATION
Trump, who is a candidate for the 2024 presidential election in the USA, was indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney on March 18 as a result of the investigation conducted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office regarding the ‘hush’ payment to adult movie star Stormy Daniels. 2016 Presidential election.