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Trump blasts Dems, Manhattan DA, others in speech after returning from arraignment hearing



Former president Donald Trump flew back from New York City to his residence at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening, where he gave a 25 minute-long speech blasting “radical Democrats,” Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and others.

Trump railed against Bragg for bringing forth 34 felony criminal charges of falsifying business records after he appeared in court earlier in the afternoon to be formally indicted. “The criminal is the district attorney,” Trump said to the crowd in Palm Beach, “because he illegally leaked massive amounts of grand jury information, for which he should be prosecuted — or at a minimum, he should resign.” 

There is no evidence that Bragg leaked any information prior to the hearing, but the public and media became aware of the impending arrest of Trump via the former president himself when he posted on Truth Social that he believed he would be arrested almost two weeks ago.

Trump went on to lament another looming legal situation in Georgia, where the Fulton County District Attorney may soon bring charges against Trump for election interference.  “In the wings, they’ve got a local racist Democrat district attorney in Atlanta who is doing everything in our power to indict me over an absolutely perfect phone call  — even more perfect than the one I made with the president of Ukraine,” the former president said.

Last but not least, Trump lashed out at Special Counsel Jack Smith who is currently investigating Trump’s role in the January 6 attack as well as the classified documents case against him. “Then you have a radical left lunatic, known as a bomb-thrower, who is harassing hundreds of my people day after day over the boxes hoax,” Trump said. “This lunatic new special prosecutor named Jack Smith … others of his ilk say he’s even worse than they are.”


Trump is scheduled to appear in Manhattan court again on December 4, and has been warned by the judge not to make any public comments that could jeopardize the case.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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