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Trump’s social media post before trial: See you


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Moscow, June 10 – Former US President Donald Trump, who has been charged with 37 counts with a total sentence of up to 400 years in prison and arraigned in court in Miami next Tuesday, wrote “See you” on his website Truth Social.
On Friday, Trump was charged with 37 counts with a total sentence of up to 400 years in prison, including illegal possession of classified national security documents and making false statements. The former president himself, who maintains his innocence, will be arraigned in a Miami court next Tuesday.
“See you Tuesday in Miami!!!,” Trump wrote in all caps on the Truth Social.

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The New York Times previously reported that the case against the former president for illegal possession of classified documents will be headed by Elaine Cannon, whom he appointed as a federal judge for the Southern District of Florida in 2020, and transferred the case to her. Jurisdiction can create problems for prosecutors. Trump faces 31 counts of “willfully withholding national defense information,” with a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison in each case. The charges of “conspiracy to obstruct justice,” “withholding a document or record,” “corruptly withholding a document or record,” and “withholding a document in a federal investigation” each carry a 20-year prison term. The articles “Participation in the Cover-Up Scheme” and “Providing False Information and Testimony” are charged with two more five-year terms.
Trump describes the criminal case as interfering in the upcoming presidential elections, in which he intends to participate, and recalls that secret documents were also found in the private office and home of current US President Joe Biden, who has not yet been charged.
Trump previously faced criminal charges for allegedly falsifying business records while processing payments to conceal hacked information, including an alleged relationship with porn actress Stormy Daniels. He also does not admit his guilt in these crimes.

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