Donald Trump said after his arraignment, "This is a sad day for America and it was also very sad driving through Washington DC and seeing the filth and the decay… This is not the place that I left."
The Judge in Donald Trump's arraignment for four felony criminal charges warned the former president that if he doesn't comply with the conditions of release, he may be imprisoned.
This isn't exactly what Donald J. Trump was hoping for in terms of turnout for his next grand arraignment appearance on Wednesday.
Trump has spent his day posting memes, videos, attacking the federal judge, attacking the Biden family, and demanding a change in venue before his arraignment.
I was a prosecutor for 21 years and a defense lawyer for 5 years — and I’ve never heard this during this type of proceeding.
Documents revealed in public reporting and produced to the House Jan. 6 committee suggest these two former Trump aides are not the unknown co-conspirator.
MSNBC's Garrett Haake, who has been in the courthouse for all three of Donald Trump's arraignments, describes the former president's evolving demeanor from his "tight and tense" first appearance in New York, his appearance in Miami which was "a little bit less so," and his "comfortable and practiced" appearance in court in Washington D.C.
In setting the conditions of release at Donald Trump's arraignment on federal charges related to the 2020 election, the judge emphasized that the most important condition of Trump's release is that he not commit a crime while he is released, including trying to influence a juror. Andrew Weissmann, former federal prosecutor, talks with an MSNBC panel about how this admonition deviates from what is typical.
Trump appeared in court over charges related to efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Here's a moment-by-moment recap during the arraignment.
The threat of pro-Trump political violence isn’t gone but has shifted from organized movements, analysts say.
Former president Donald Trump was at federal court Thursday for his arraignment in Washington on 2020 election charges.
“A very sad day for America” the former president declares as the clock begins ticking toward his trial on Jan. 6-related charges.
Former President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty in a Washington, DC, federal courthouse to criminal charges related to the special counsel's investigation into attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
The ex-president tried to make the best political situation of his arraignment. But it’s hard to do that from inside a courthouse.
At the former president's arraignment, prosecutors and defense lawyers signaled immediate disagreement over how quickly he should stand trial.
Trump's team asserts he believed the election was stolen and had a free speech right to say so. Jack Smith anticipated those defenses in the indictment, experts told ABC.
Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn, who was on duty during the Jan. 6 insurrection and has been a prominent critic of former President Trump since, said action should have been taken sooner after ri…
Former President Donald Trump lamented the "sad day" for America and the decline of Washington, D.C., after his arraignment Thursday.
Democratic Rep. Dan Goldman of New York grilled Devon Archer about the Trump family while Archer testified Monday about Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings.
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday spelled out his plan for revenge over the targeted harassment toward him.
China’s state-run Global Times on Wednesday gleefully pounced on the indictment of former President Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday in Washington, DC, entered a not guilty plea to charges alleging he tried to overturn the 2020 election.
This may be one of Al Shaprton’s greatest hits.
Trump’s January 6 arraignment is his biggest court date yet.
Donald Trump is expected to be arrested and arraigned after he was indicted in special counsel Jack Smith's investigation into the 2020 election and Jan. 6.
The former president sat at the very same courtroom table that has been occupied by Jan. 6 defendants who stormed the Capitol in his name.
Courtroom 22 at the D.C. federal courthouse has seen its fair share of defendants over the years. But never a former president. That changed Thursday afternoon, when former President Trump entered …
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