Former U.S. President Donald Trump's recent testimony in his New York civil fraud case took an unconventional turn, with his courtroom appearance resembling a political rally more than a legal proceeding. Despite repeated warnings from Judge Arthur Engoron, Trump's testimony was marked by fiery rhetoric and confrontations.
A defiant Donald Trump sparred with a New York judge and slammed the state attorney general suing him Monday, using the witness stand at his civil fraud trial to defend his riches and lash out at a case that imperils his real estate empire.
The former president's barbed testimony spurred the judge to admonish, "This is not a political rally."
The arrest came after officials warned at a congressional hearing yesterday of a growing hate directed at Jewish students in the US during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza.
The US government and the Anti-Defamation League have reported increased threats against Jews, Muslims and Arab Americans since the outbreak of the Gaza conflict.
An international team of experts from various disciplines will complete a project on the revitalization of the quake-hit southern province of Hatay, especially its city center, in March, with the group taking into account not only the physical aspects but also the "spirit of the city and the emotions of the earthquake survivors."
Former President Donald Trump says he will surrender to authorities in Georgia on Thursday to face charges in the case accusing him of illegally scheming to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state.
"Can you believe it? I'll be going to Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday to be ARRESTED," Trump wrote on his social media network Monday night, hours after his bond was set at $200,000.