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Trump Defends U.S. Constitution Amid Trial

Summary: President Trump faces a 12th day in court in Manhattan, where he is involved in a “hush money” case. The trial centers around alleged violations of a gag order, with Trump arguing that it is unconstitutional. Despite the threat of jail time, he asserts that defending the U.S. Constitution is more important.


In 2024, the message of President Trump’s campaign resonates with many Americans who feel the weight of the Biden administration’s policies. The clash of ideologies—liberty versus tyranny—has become a defining theme.

On Monday, Trump found himself in court for the 12th day, facing trial in Manhattan over a “hush money” case. District Attorney Alvin Bragg has been a driving force behind the prosecution.

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The pivotal moment came when Trump was ruled to have violated a standing gag order for the 10th time. Judge Juan Merchan imposed a $1,000 fine and warned of potential incarceration for future violations.

Trump, unyielding, decried the gag order as “unconstitutional.” He openly criticized Judge Merchan, accusing him of bias.

In a press statement on Monday, Trump declared, “Our Constitution is much more important than jail. It’s not even close. I’ll make that sacrifice any day. But what’s happening here is a disgrace, and the appellate courts ought to get involved.”

The drama escalated on Tuesday when adult film actress Stormy Daniels took the witness stand. Her testimony delved into her background in the industry and her allegations of an affair with Trump—an affair he vehemently denies.

The New York Times described Daniels’ testimony as salacious and flashy, revealing details about the events leading up to the “hush money” paid by Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen.

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The stakes are high. If Judge Merchan arrests Trump for future gag order violations, it could galvanize electoral support for Trump’s candidacy in November. Trump’s lawyer, Alina Habba, drew a bold comparison: “If they put him in jail for his First Amendment right, he will be like Nelson Mandela. I mean, that would be just absurd. And frankly, they’ll win him the election.”

As the trial unfolds, the clash between constitutional rights and legal consequences continues to captivate the nation. America watches, torn between liberty and the rule of law. 🇺🇸

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