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The arrest of donald trump It has also had an impact in Hollywood, which is why celebrities have spoken out, some in support and others criticizing it.
This is the first time that a former president of the United States has faced criminal charges, despite the fact that Trump denies having participated in the 34 counts of falsifying business records.
George Takeiwell-known series actor star trekthe news was alleged on Twitter, where he posted a news video reporting in full when Trump’s net worth plummeted when TruthSocial was bombed.
“Aww poor baby,” Takei wrote with a laughing emoji.
Another celebrity who was mocked was the actress Yvette Nicole Brown and wrote: “Isn’t that GREAT? (…) I have to say that he is *chef’s kiss*… That he has been arrested in NEW YORK, the city he thought he OWNED! We all laugh at you [Donald Trump]! And it’s not a sad day. It’s a GLORIOUS day that proves no one is above the law!!”
But not all celebrities criticized the former president, on the contrary, other celebrities endorsed and announced that they supported Trump during the trial.
Caitlyn Jenner is one of these, who even tweeted a photo with Trump, “the most resistant man in the United States. He never loses sight of what matters or what is at stake: the American people,” she wrote.
What are the other legal problems facing Trump?
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg had extended an invitation to Trump to testify before the grand jury that would decide on the payment of $130,000 dollars to the porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep her quiet after their relationship in 2006.
Trump has repeatedly denied that He did not have an affair with the former adult film star, But his former lawyer Michael Cohen has told the grand jury hearing the case otherwise, in addition to explaining how the original payment was made and the money refunded in 2017.
Trump has used his social network Truth Social as his trench to defend himself of what he believes is a “witch hunt,” as well as to hurl countless insults at Prosecutor Bragg and call for “protest.”
December 4 is Trump’s next appointment in Manhattan Criminal Court, but before that there will be several motions by prosecutors and the defense, on which Judge Juan Merchan will decide.