President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has raised $10 million in the wake of his indictment last Thursday night, demonstrating the passion and support of the nation’s conservative voters, according to information shared on Twitter by Trump advisor Jason Miller.
Via Newsmax, the Trump campaign added another $2 million to its previously reported $8 million total, with money pouring in on Tuesday as Trump reported to court in Manhattan for his scheduled arraignment.
Per RSBN, President Trump raised $1.1 million on Monday as he headed into New York from his home in Florida, Mar-a-Lago.
President Trump appeared before a judge on Tuesday afternoon, entering a not guilty plea in court in the face of 34 felony counts brought by the Manhattan district attorney’s office.
As reported by RSBN, the indictment list against President Trump was finally unsealed after the president’s arraignment. The felony counts were related to allegations surrounding “falsifying” business records. Oddly, each accusation was centered on business dealings that allegedly took place in 2017, which would have been while he was serving as President of the United States.
Conservative Twitter account @DC_Draino remarked online, “He was inaugurated on January 20, 2017 and his business operations were transferred into a trust[.] Every ‘crime’ takes place after 1/20/17 when he was no longer running the company[.] Is this indictment an actual joke?”
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., also commented on social media, “If President Trump can be charged for ‘falsifying business records’ and hiding relevant information from voters in the 2016 election, then 51 people from the Intel community, who signed a letter stating the Hunter Biden laptop is fake, CAN BE CHARGED for hiding relevant information from voters in the 2020 election!”
She added, “…Once Lawfare starts it can be aimed back the other direction..”
The president also netted a massive win on Tuesday, when a 9th Circuit court awarded him $121,962.56 in legal fees at the behest of Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who has been previously ordered to pay him an additional almost $500,000 in a previous court defeat.