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Trump Shares What Went Down Inside Manhattan Courthouse During Arrest: ‘People Were Crying’

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Former President Donald Trump described his arraignment last week at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in New York as bittersweet because it was both a “sad” and “beautiful” moment in history, with courthouse personnel, including police officers, demonstrating their support.

The 45th president made the remarks during a lengthy interview with Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson on Tuesday. Carlson had asked the president to describe what transpired during his April 4 arraignment.

“Well, it was a horrible thing because I did nothing wrong,” Trump said. “Absolutely nothing wrong. You look at the pundits and even the legal analysis — Gregg Jarrett and all of these really talented people — they’re saying, ‘He didn’t do anything wrong.’ So that’s No. 1.”

He continued: “No. 2, they were incredible. When I went to the courthouse, which is also a prison, in a sense, they signed me in. And I’ll tell you, people were crying — people that worked there, professionally worked there, that have no problems putting in murderers and they see everybody. It’s tough — tough place. And they were crying, they were actually crying.

“They said, ‘I’m sorry.’ They’d say, ‘2024, sir, 2024,’ and tears are pouring down their eyes. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Trump stated that he was moved by their support, which transformed a negative situation into an emotional one.

“Those people are phenomenal,” he said. “Those are your police, those are the people that work at the courthouse, they’re unbelievable people. Many of them were in tears or close to it.”

According to the former president, many courthouse personnel apologized while processing him because, like him, they consider the case against him to be false.

“So in one sense, it was beautiful because they get it,” Trump said. “And in another sense, you know, it’s nasty.”

The arrogant industrialist asserted that his trial illuminated the best and worst of human nature.

“It was a sad day in many ways, and in many ways, it was a beautiful day because the people understand,” he remarked. “I didn’t know this was happening, but the poll numbers have gone through the roof. The people get it.”

More on this story via The Western Journal:

Trump said the sham case against him makes a mockery of the judicial system because the courts are being weaponized to persecute him in order to hamper his 2024 presidential campaign. CONTINUE READING…

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