Former President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty Tuesday to 34 felony charges that he falsified business records to hide $130,000 in hush money he paid in the last weeks of his 2016 presidential campaign.

The 76-year-old departed Florida on Monday, before surrendering himself at the Manhattan Criminal Court early Tuesday afternoon – where he was placed under arrest.

He is the first former US president to face criminal charges and to be fingerprinted by the law – with an indictment that spelled out 34 separate felony counts of falsification of business records.

His millions of diehard supporters have been quick to draw comparisons between today’s arrest and that of another fearless leader who was also arrested a week before Easter in the garden of Gethsemane over 2000 years ago.

With a vast number of seperate charges that could also be laid against him in relation to alleged electoral fraud and his role in the January 6 insurrection – it appears that Donald Trump might be getting familiar with the orange jumpsuits.

Luckily for Trump, he will be provided unconditional protection on the inside from some old friends he made during the final days of his Presidency.

Trump issued a total of 143 pardons during his four years in office: one in 2017, six in 2018, eight in 2019, twelve in 2020, and 116 in January 2021. However, it seems that his decision to pardon Florida rapper Kodak Black was the wisest decision of his entire term

In jails right across America, the word has spread that Donald Trump is rolling with the Haitians – after it became apparent that the former President will be placed in population. Kodak Black has explicitly notified his old friend that ‘Nobody gon’ play with you when I’m with you’.

Donald Trump has confirmed he still intends on running for President in 2024.


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