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Eric Trump Escorts Father to Federal Courthouse | Real-time Updates

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Trump's court appearance

Keep up with live updates on ex-President Donald Trump as he faces his first court appearance on Tuesday following an indictment on 37 charges concerning mishandling of classified documents. This is an unprecedented event in U.S. history as a former president stands accused of criminal charges by the same federal government he previously headed.

ADDITIONAL COVERAGE
– Exuberant Trump supporters and opposing protesters greet his arrival at Miami courthouse
– What to anticipate as Trump stands in a federal court in Miami on felony charges
– Trump reaches Miami court for a pivotal appearance over allegations of hoarding confidential documents


ERIC TRUMP ACCOMPANIES FATHER TO COURT

Trump traveled to court with his son Eric, who joined the procession from Trump’s Doral resort to the federal courthouse in Miami.

CNN broadcast footage of Trump and his son heading towards a line of SUVs while someone hollered, “Let’s go Trump!”

The ex-president was seen pausing to wave at supporters and chat with staff members. Eric Trump was seen patting his father on the back before boarding a vehicle.

En route to court, Trump claimed on his social media that the case against him was a “witch hunt.”

Later, Trump’s lawyer Alina Habba stated outside the courthouse, “Today’s focus is not on President Donald J. Trump, who is defiant.”

She further added, “It is not about the Republican Party, it is not about the 2024 election. It is about the dismantling of enduring principles that have set this country apart.”


Key Points:

— What to anticipate as Trump faces charges in federal court

— Reporters currently outnumber protesters outside courthouse where Trump will be present

— A chronological sequence of events leading to Trump’s indictment in the classified documents case

— Trump’s GOP advocates in Congress mobilize after extensive preparation

— Who is Walt Nauta, the latest Trump ally potentially facing jail time?


TRUMP AND AIDE PROCESSED AT COURTHOUSE

Trump and a co-conspirator aide have been registered at Miami federal court.

According to the U.S. Marshals Service, Trump and Walt Nauta were processed shortly after their Tuesday afternoon arrival.

The pair are scheduled to appear at the defense table shortly to face charges of wrongly possessing classified documents.

The two men were observed entering the court together.


TRUMP REACHES MIAMI COURTHOUSE FOR HISTORIC HEARING

Trump has reached the Miami federal courthouse to officially surrender to authorities before his court appearance on charges of unlawfully retaining classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.

Trump’s motorcade arrived at the courthouse Tuesday afternoon, marking a dramatic moment in U.S. history, just days after he became the first ex-president to face federal criminal charges.

This is the second criminal case against Trump as he looks to return to the White House in 2024. He’s also accused in a New York state court of falsifying business records related to silence payments made during the 2016 campaign.

Trump has refuted any wrongdoing, alleging he’s being unjustly targeted by political adversaries seeking to damage his campaign. Following his court appearance, Trump will head back to New Jersey, where he is set to host a press event to publicly address the charges.


TRUMP EN ROUTE TO MIAMI COURTHOUSE

Trump is heading towards the Miami federal courthouse to face multiple charges of unlawfully hoarding classified documents.

Trump left his Doral golf course on Tuesday afternoon on his way to the courthouse, where he is set to surrender to federal authorities and face a judge.

The ex-president is not expected to have a mugshot taken but will have his digital fingerprints recorded.

Last week, Trump was indicted on 37

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Trump’s court appearance

What is the reason for former President Donald Trump’s court appearance?

Donald Trump is making his court appearance to face 37 charges related to the mishandling of classified documents.

Who accompanied Donald Trump to court?

Donald Trump was accompanied by his son, Eric Trump, to the federal courthouse in Miami.

What has been Trump’s reaction to these charges?

Trump has claimed that the case against him is a “witch hunt” and has refuted any wrongdoing, alleging he’s being unjustly targeted by political adversaries.

Where did the alleged mishandling of classified documents take place?

The charges accuse Trump of unlawfully retaining classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.

Are there any other criminal cases against Donald Trump?

Yes, this is the second criminal case against Trump. He’s also accused in a New York state court of falsifying business records related to silence payments made during the 2016 campaign.

What is the significance of these charges against Trump?

This is an unprecedented event in U.S. history as a former president stands accused of criminal charges by the same federal government he previously headed.

What are the potential political implications of this case?

The case could potentially impact the 2024 election, given that Trump is seeking to reclaim the White House.

Who else is involved in this case with Trump?

An aide named Walt Nauta, charged as a co-conspirator, has also been processed at the Miami federal court along with Trump.

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10 comments

GregP June 14, 2023 - 12:14 am

How did he even manage to hoard classified docs at his estate? Sounds fishy to me

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PatriotSam June 14, 2023 - 1:42 am

they can try to tarnish his image but we the people know the truth! Trump is a fighter!

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Proud2bAmerican June 14, 2023 - 2:00 am

this doesn’t look good, for Trump or the country… what’s happenin to us?

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Bob72 June 14, 2023 - 2:34 am

Just another witch hunt! They can’t keep a good man down, Trump 2024!!

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OldTimer June 14, 2023 - 2:54 am

Back in my day, we respected the office of the president. this…this is just sad.

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JJ_Star June 14, 2023 - 6:34 am

If Trumps guilty, he must face consequences, no one should b above the law.

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Tech_Guru June 14, 2023 - 6:35 am

Who’s this Walt Nauta guy? Never heard of him before. Googling now.

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LibertyBelle June 14, 2023 - 11:33 am

im still a Trump supporter but these charges r troubling. lets wait for the facts

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Megan4Justice June 14, 2023 - 2:38 pm

this whole situation is a mess… if hes guilty, justice should be served no matter who he is!!

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Susan_in_Miami June 14, 2023 - 4:12 pm

Whoa, history in the making! Never thought I’d see the day a former prez was in court.

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