Trump Stands Firm as Historic Criminal Trial Begins

Former President Trump has found himself in quite the pickle as his criminal trial kicked off on Monday. Yes, you read that right, folks! The first ever criminal trial of a president is underway, as Democrat Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg charged Trump with a whopping 34 felonies. The charges? Falsifying documents to cover up a sex scandal. Yikes!

But fear not, Trump is not backing down. In fact, he boldly proclaimed on Truth Social that he’s fighting for the freedom of all Americans and is determined to take on this trial with the love and support of 200 million Americans behind him. Talk about confidence, am I right?

To make things even more dramatic, Trump plans to be present for a good chunk of the trial and might even take the stand. And get this – he’s still out there on the campaign trail too! Multitasking at its finest, folks. It looks like this trial could stretch all the way into June, but who’s counting?

As jury selection gets underway, both sides are sweating it out. Prosecutors may have a bit of an advantage since the jury pool is drawn from the heavily Democratic Manhattan. But Trump’s team will be hunting for those red needles in a blue haystack, looking for jurors who may be sympathetic to the former president’s cause.

And just when you think things couldn’t get more tense, Trump has been slapped with a sweeping gag order. Yep, that’s right. The man who can’t seem to stay quiet for too long has been barred from making public comments about the trial. “Unconstitutional!” he cried out on social media, claiming his voice has been gagged while the other side gets to talk all they want. Rigged trial, indeed!

So, there you have it, folks. The trial of the century is underway, and Former President Trump is in the hot seat. Buckle up, because this is going to be one wild ride.

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