Donald Trump 2024: His supporters call for riots and violence after the guilty verdict – Live

Trump claims his witnesses were ‘crucified’ after guilty verdict

Donald Trump’s staunch supporters are calling for rioting, insurrection and murder after a Manhattan jury found him guilty of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

Trump on Thursday became the first US president to be criminally convicted, but said he would “continue to fight” the decision. He will have 30 days to do so after his sentencing on July 11.

In messages seen by The independentand others reported by Reuters, Trump hardliners on social media are calling for violence in the wake of the verdict.

“Find the jurors. All of them. Take no prisoners,” wrote one user on a Trump-focused message board.

“Just give them the rope,” said another, in explicit reference to the lynching. “The time for talking has long passed. Let them leave the court.”

Meanwhile, Trump gave a rambling speech at Trump Tower on Friday, calling the United States a “fascist state.”

A jury found Trump guilty of 34 counts of falsifying business records as part of an election conspiracy that involved covering up a $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, whose story of an affair threatened to derail his presidential campaign. of 2016.


MAGA loyalists call for riots and lynchings after Trump’s guilty verdict

A New York jury found the former president guilty of 34 counts of falsifying records to cover up payments to porn star Stormy Daniels as part of a conspiracy to influence the outcome of the 2016 election.

Io DoddsJune 1, 2024 16:00


Convicted felon Trump slams Biden and ‘fascist’ America in unhinged press conference

Speaking to an audience of journalists and supporters in the lobby of his eponymous Fifth Avenue skyscraper in New York City (the building where he formed the conspiracy that figured prominently in the evidence against him), Trump falsely claimed that the President Joe Biden could put an end to the case brought against him by New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg in a New York court.

“We have a president and a group of fascists who don’t want to do anything about it. Because they could, right now, today – he could stop it – but he doesn’t,” Trump said.

Andrew Feinberg and Alex WoodwardJune 1, 2024 3:00 p.m.


President Mike Johnson calls for Supreme Court to “intervene” after Trump’s historic conviction

Trump on Thursday became the first former president in US history to be criminally convicted after being found guilty of all 34 charges against him. A Manhattan jury unanimously agreed that he had falsified business records to conceal a $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels to cover up the story of her alleged affair in the run-up to the 2016 election.

President Johnson Says Supreme Court Should Intervene in Donald Trump’s Hush Money Case

On Friday morning, Johnson expressed concern about the Fox News verdict. fox and friends breakfast show. “I think the Supreme Court should intervene. Obviously this is unprecedented and dangerous for our system,” the spokesperson said.

Joe SommerladJune 1, 2024 2:00 p.m.


VIDEO: Trump says nondisclosure agreements are ‘totally honorable’

Trump calls NDAs ‘totally honorable’

Gustavo KilanderJune 1, 2024 1:00 p.m.


Trump is now a convicted felon. That will really matter in November

Whether by luck or some other means, Donald Trump has spent his entire life evading consequences, moving around the world with impunity, and accusing others of being criminals when his own conduct was exposed.

This “I’m rubber, you’re glue” strategy was partly how he defeated New York senator-turned-Obama administration Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when they faced each other in the 2016 presidential election.

Andres FeinbergJune 1, 2024 12:00


Can Trump still run for president as a felon?

A jury convicted Donald Trump in the hush money trial in New York, making him the first US president convicted of a crime.

Joe Sommerlad, John Bowden, Alex Woodward, Ariana BaioJune 1, 2024 11:00


‘No one is above the law’: Biden on Trump’s conviction

‘No one is above the law’: Biden on Trump’s conviction

Gustavo KilanderJune 1, 2024 10:00


Donald Trump’s felony conviction now means he is banned from entering a number of countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom.

Now that Donald Trump is a convicted felon, his list of countries to visit has gotten much shorter.

Trump was found guilty Thursday of 34 counts of falsifying records in an effort to keep adult film star Stormy Daniels silent about an affair that occurred in the 2000s. That means certain freedoms Trump once enjoyed They may be out of his reach and could have a serious effect on his ability to carry out his presidential duties, including travel to foreign countries.

Nearly 40 countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom, have strict policies when it comes to allowing people with criminal records to cross their borders, and barring a special accommodation, Trump would be held to those same standards. It is unclear whether he would be allowed to visit the country if he wins the presidential election in November, but he remains a criminal.

Graig GraziosiJune 1, 2024 09:00


Ivanka Trump breaks silence after her father’s historic criminal conviction: ‘I love you dad’

The former first daughter, who also served as a special advisor under Donald Trump, posted a heartfelt message on her Instagram, shortly after her father was found guilty of all felony charges on Thursday.

Mike BediganJune 1, 2024 08:00


’34 is now my favorite number’: Stephen King and Barbra Streisand lead celebrity reactions to Trump guilty verdict

Kevin E.G. PerryJune 1, 2024 07:00

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