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“An insult to the nation”:

Donald Trump, who appeared on Tuesday before a judge in Manhattan court where he was charged with 34 counts, returned to his residence in Florida a few hours later and decided to speak publicly. This is a first for an American head of state. Suspected of having falsified campaign expenses and therefore criminally charged, Donald Trump appeared on Tuesday before a judge in Manhattan Court, where he pleaded not guilty to the 34 counts against him. A few hours later, the former president of the United States of America returned to his residence in Florida, before speaking publicly about the case and calling his indictment an “insult to the nation”. “I never imagined this possible in America, «  he exclaimed, adding, « the only crime I have committed is to courageously defend our nation against those who seek to destroy it. “. As a reminder, he is suspected of having concealed payment costs concerning “three embarrassing cases”, according to prosecutor Alvin Bragg. A doorman at Trump Tower, who claimed to have information about a hidden child, was thus awarded $30,000 to remain silent, as reported by Le Parisien. A woman who presented herself as a former mistress received 150,000 dollars to be discreet. Finally, the case that seems to make the most noise concerns the actress of pornographic films Stormy Daniels, who allegedly received $ 130,000 from the Republican to keep quiet about a supposed extramarital affair.


Regarding this last case, Stormy Daniels was sentenced the same day to pay Trump’s lawyers 121,972 dollars (111,344 euros). Ivanka and Tiffany’s father had been asking the actress for some time to reimburse the lawyers’ fees he had to pay to defend himself when she sued him for defamation. She had made this decision after her famous lover challenged her statements, she who had just explained that an unknown man had threatened her in a parking lot to keep her silent about her affair with Trump. The latter then took over his Twitter account to call these remarks “a total scam”. The actress then filed a complaint but ultimately lost her case after a federal judge ruled that the tweet constituted “rhetorical hyperbole normally associated with politics and public discourse in the United States”.