Trump denies charges of election flipping in court.

Former President Trump, who is accused of attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, appeared in court this afternoon local time.

He appeared for his arraignment, a process where the court orally informs the defendant of the charges against him and asks if he admits to the charges.

Former President Trump arrived at the federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., by private plane from New Jersey, U.S., and attended the proceedings for about an hour.

Outside the courthouse, people gathered in support of and against Mr. Trump, but there were no large protests or violent reactions.

At the airport before leaving Washington, D.C., former President Trump repeatedly argued that the indictment was unfair.

[Donald Trump/former President of the United States: “This is persecution of a political opponent, something that should never happen in America.”]

Two days ago, former President Trump was indicted on charges of attempting to manipulate the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including attempting to tamper with the Electoral College and interfering with Congress’s process of certifying the election.

It is the final conclusion of the special counsel’s investigation that the former president was deeply involved in the January 2021 storming of Congress and riots that have been criticized for shaking American democracy to its roots.

[Jack Smith/Special Prosecutor/2nd: “(The storming of Congress) was precipitated by the defendant’s lies to disrupt the core functions of the United States government.”]

However, the former president has sent a series of messages to his supporters saying that the indictment is “unfair,” and if anything, 먹튀검증 he is using the indictment to boost his campaign for next year’s presidential election.

The next hearing is scheduled to take place on the 28th.

Meanwhile, this is the third indictment against former President Trump.

He’s already been charged with trying to pay off a sex scandal and taking classified documents while president.

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