Trump arrives in New York to surrender, opposes TV court coverage

Trump arrives in New York to surrender, opposes TV court coverage

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Senior adviser Jason Miller said last Thursday that Trump’s campaign raised $7 million in the three days after word of the indictment surfaced. The campaign released the latest in a series of fundraising emails on Monday aimed at media reporting on his indictment.

The remarks quoted Trump in the email as saying: “Our country has fallen. But I am not leaving America. We can and will save our country in 2024.”

A court official said the appearance was planned for 2:15 p.m. (1815 GMT) on Tuesday. Bragg will later give a press conference. Trump will return to Florida and leave from Mar-a-Lago at 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday (0015 GMT on Wednesday), his office said.

The New York case is one of several investigations facing Trump.

A few dozen Trump fans cheered him on his way there, carrying signs and flags at the Florida airport and along the way.

“Our country needs him,” said Cindy Falco, 65, of Boynton Beach, Florida. “He is pro God, pro family and pro country.”

Falco predicted acquittal, saying: “Nothing is going to last on that.”

Trump’s opponents also targeted fiercely.

“Isn’t it ironic that they couldn’t get Donald Trump to commit all the crimes, except paying a porn star?” said Robert Hotson, 71, a New Jersey resident outside Trump Tower. “It always comes down to the lowest fee.”

“It’s a great day. I hope it goes well and he is ultimately found guilty,” Hutson said.

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