Last Thursday, Trump announced that he had been indicted in connection with Special Counsel Jack Smith’s inquiry whether or not he had illegally kept classified documents after leaving the White House and whether or not he hindered the effort to recover them out of his Mar-a-Lago resort.
According to reports, as the indictment is currently under secrecy, the details of the charges remain unknown. One of Trump’s lawyers, James Trusty, said that one of the accusations is to the Espionage Act, while other violations are linked to the destruction or fabrication of data and obstruction of justice.
On Truth Social, Trump announced the accusations and said he was “an innocent man.” He was required to be present at the federal court in Miami, Florida, on the following Tuesday, June 13.
According to a report, Christine Adams, a former federal prosecutor, has speculated that a jury selection in Florida may go in Trump’s favor since the state is a “Red State” and Trump is more widely supported there compared to Washington, D.C.
The state of Florida is considered to be Trump-supportive, so holding the convention there might benefit the Trump campaign. She opined that a majority of the local jury would find in Trump’s favor.
In the 2020 election, Trump won Florida against President Joe Biden by a 51 to 48 percent margin. Trump also won Florida by a razor-thin margin in 2016, 49-48 against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
A report shows President Trump visited the famous Cuban-American bakery Cafe Versailles after leaving the federal court. Several prominent local religious and civic community members were on hand to welcome President Trump and join him in prayer for victory over the Marxist adversary inside the American government.
The former President addressed the audience, thanked them for their support, and urged them to maintain their dedication to his campaign promise of “Make America Great Again.”
According to the report, the residents of this Miami-Dade County neighborhood voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump and his “America First” platform.