As President Donald Trump prepares to head to New York for his arraignment this week, Americans have been left reeling from the Manhattan grand jury’s move to indict the 45th president of the United States.
“I will be leaving Mar-a-Lago on Monday at 12 noon, heading to Trump Tower in New York,” Trump wrote on Truth Social on Sunday. “On Tuesday morning I will be going to, believe it or not, the Courthouse. America was not supposed to be this way!”
Last week, news broke that a grand jury reportedly voted to indict President Trump on charges that are still unknown in relation to the age-old Stormy Daniels “hush money” case.
On Tuesday, protests and rallies supporting President Donald Trump will be broadcast by the RSBN team in New York.
On Sunday, the Trump campaign announced that the president will be delivering remarks at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening, following the arraignment. His remarks are scheduled for 8:15 p.m. EDT.
Senior advisor for Trump, Jason Miller, told Newsmax that the president was feeling “strong” as he heads into the indictment on Tuesday.
“President Trump is very emboldened; he’s very strong; he feels the support from all the people who are backing him,” Miller told the outlet. “So tomorrow, on Monday, he’ll be flying up to New York – of course heading down the courthouse on Tuesday morning.”
“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,” Miller added, highlighting the importance of Trump’s speech following the arraignment.
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Watch President Trump’s Tuesday evening remarks here.