Francis X. Suarez, the mayor of Miami, stated that the city is ready for any size of demonstrations or protests surrounding Donald Trump‘s arraignment tomorrow. Suarez didn’t contest the assertions made by Miami Police Chief Manny Morales that the city is putting in adequate resources to deal with crowds of between 5,000 and 50,000.
According to a federal judge’s ruling, journalists will not be allowed to bring cell phones or other electronic devices into the courtroom where Donald Trump is expected to be arraigned tomorrow afternoon.
A Judge Prohibits Media
A media alliance, which included NBC News, requested a “limited number of photographs and video recordings in the courtroom and/or the outside corridor before tomorrow’s proceedings begin.” Magistrate Judge John Goodman denied their request. Judge Aileen Cannon of the U.S. District Court will preside over the trial, while Goodman will preside over the arraignment.
Other Republican presidential contenders have come under fire from Chris Christie, who claims they are “playing games” by remaining silent about Donald Trump following his federal conviction. Since the former president was indicted, Trump’s rivals for the Republican nomination have mainly targeted the Justice Department in their criticism rather than him.
- Miami mayor Suarez is confident of handling 5,000-50,000 protests surrounding Trump’s arraignment.
- Media alliance requests limited courtroom photographs and video recordings; the judge denies them, and a trial begins.
- Miami police adopt a unified command strategy for 5,000-50,000 group operations.
Mitch McConnell, the minority leader in the Senate, has not yet responded to the allegations against Trump, but two other members of the party’s leadership in the body today stepped in, labeling the accusations “serious.”
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican from West Virginia, told reporters that she believes Trump “should be concerned” and that being indicted is worrying at any time.
According to her, there is a perception that “he’s been targeted and it has been unfair justice, and I think there’s some cases to be made for that.”
A unified command strategy will guide law enforcement operations, ensuring cooperation across all participating authorities. Although no problems are anticipated, the Miami police department is ready to manage groups of 5,000 to 50,000.
At his Doral property and golf course, Trump’s fans welcomed him and voiced their worries about a witch hunt and an expanding media presence. Trump is anticipated to spend tonight and tomorrow at Doral before his Miami court appearance.