Everything you need to know about President Trump’s post-arraignment press conference

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening following his arraignment in New York on Tuesday morning, according to his campaign.

On Sunday, Trump announced that he would be departing Mar-a-Lago for New York on Monday at noon.

He wrote on Truth Social, “I will be leaving Mar-a-Lago on Monday at 12 noon, heading to Trump Tower in New York. On Tuesday morning I will be going to, believe it or not, the Courthouse. America was not supposed to be this way!”

On Tuesday evening, the president will deliver remarks at 8:15 p.m. ET. The RSBN broadcast team will be live from Trump’s Florida home at Mar-a-Lago to cover the event.

President Trump’s senior advisor Jason Miller told Newsmax, “…I think the entire world will be watching just how strong and just how fervent he is, that we must continue this Make America Great Again movement, because you can’t have Trump policies without President Trump. Nobody wants to go see the tribute band when the Rolling Stones are still playing. They’re here for President Trump and the Republican Party is solidly behind him.”

Since news of Trump’s indictment broke online, social media has exploded with support for the 45th president. As reported by RSBN, “Innocent” and “FreeTrump” also hit the Twitter trending topics on Thursday following the indictment news.

Notable conservative figures like Kari Lake and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., have also spoken out against the political weaponization of the justice system.

“This is a dark moment in the history of our nation. The radical left and their weaponized criminal justice system have crossed all legal and ethical lines in an attempt to destroy President Donald J. Trump,” Lake wrote in an official statement.

Rep. Greene remarked on Twitter, “Impeach Biden. He’s given us every reason and the family banking records and more are giving us receipts. But now that the gloves are off.. Prosecute any and all crimes. Enough of this witch hunt bullshit.”

Watch President Trump’s post-arraignment remarks at Mar-a-Lago on RSBN here.

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