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Federal judge releases Donald Trump without conditions

Trump pleads not guilty to federal charges that he illegally kept classified documents at Florida estate



Former President Donald Trump pleaded “not guilty” to 37 federal charges concerning his handling of classified documents following his departure from the White House.

A large gathering of journalists from various countries was present outside the downtown Miami courthouse on Tuesday.

Later in the day, protests were planned by Trump supporters who have voiced their disapproval of the felony charges. However, the number of Trump backers and his opponents was significantly smaller compared to the sizable media presence at the courthouse on Tuesday morning.

Journalists from various countries, including China, the UK, Australia, France, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Germany, and Switzerland, gathered in the hundreds, with some of them enduring the muggy heat after spending several days camped outside the courthouse.

The international focus and expected crowds further underscored the exceptional character of the event and the individual involved.

Trump, a singular criminal defendant, stands as the first former president to face criminal charges in a federal court. Despite his ongoing legal challenges, he maintains his position as the frontrunner in the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, a testament to his enduring popularity within the party.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.