Trump announced Sunday morning that he will deliver remarks from Mar-a-Lago Tuesday evening after returning from the witch hunt arraignment.
🚨 BREAKING: Donald Trump to deliver remarks at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening after his expected arrest. pic.twitter.com/3F3I3PXctH
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) April 2, 2023
According to Newsmax, Trump’s senior campaign advisor, Jason Miller, said the speech is planned for 8:15 p.m. ET:
“President Trump is very emboldened; he’s very strong; he feels the support from all the people who are backing him,” Miller said, breaking the news on Newsmax.
BREAKING: Donald Trump announces he will deliver remarks at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday at 8:15pm ET after expected arrest that afternoon.
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) April 2, 2023
While the Dems are practically treating the day as a national holiday, it’s unlikely they will get the “perp walk” they’ve been salivating over.
Making pictures of Trump getting arrested while waiting for Trump's arrest. pic.twitter.com/4D2QQfUpLZ
— Eliot Higgins (@EliotHiggins) March 20, 2023
Fox News reported on Tuesday’s expected events.
A source told Fox News that Trump is expected to arrive at the 100 Centre Street courthouse in New York City at around 11 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
The arraignment – which is expected to last 15 to 30 minutes – is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. before Judge Juan Merchan.
For security reasons, there is not expected to be a “perp walk” or public arrival by the former president. Trump will also likely not be arrested in handcuffs, as his legal team made an arrangement with the DA’s office.
Meanwhile, it seems most Conservatives and MAGA Nation aren’t deterred by the indictment, seeing it for what it really is.
Lara Trump: Donald Trump "could expose them all. They hated him from Day One." https://t.co/aYMfiF0cEj
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) March 31, 2023
It is being reported that a "Gag Order" will be placed on President Trump on Tuesday.
Forbidding the GOP front-runner from talking about a politically motivated prosecution shows it is just an attempt to derail his candidacy.
— Michael Eval (@Vegas1000) April 1, 2023
In fact, recent polling shows a significant increase in Trump’s lead over other Republican hopefuls following the bogus indictment.
Newsmax shared more:
Pollster Jim McLaughlin of McLaughlin & Associates has shown the indictment has boosted internal campaign polling for Trump, who has turned a 12-point lead on the field to 30 points.
TRUMP POLL LEAD GROWS: The news of an indictment has boosted former President Donald Trump's polling numbers among the GOP primary candidates and has not dented his lead over President Joe Biden, according to internal Trump campaign polls. https://t.co/IpcJj0Rw9J pic.twitter.com/W7ac88mifP
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) April 2, 2023
We’ll be watching Tuesday night for Trump’s latest remarks on the current situation and his campaign.