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Trump’s “hush money case” hearing begins in Manhattan, supporters support Chinatown residents and find it annoying

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Trump’s “hush money case” hearing begins in Manhattan, supporters support Chinatown residents and find it annoying

former PresidenttrumpThe “Hush Money” case will begin in Manhattan District Criminal Court on the 15th. That day, several roads outside the court were closed. A large number of police were deployed outside the court, on surrounding streets and also at College Pond Park in front of the court building, reserved for rallies to press news coverage of the court.

Outside the court, about a hundred Trump supporters gathered in Catchment Park to express solidarity, including about 20 Chinese. A man with an accent from Jiangsu and Zhejiang said on condition of anonymity that during Trump’s tenure, Inflation, public security and social order were better than now, “Flushing lunch box used to be sold for 3.75 yuan, but now it costs 10 yuan. “The area around Main St. used to be somewhat settled, but now it’s taken over by undocumented vendors and undocumented immigrants,” he said.Democratic Party“Needless waste” and “spending all the taxpayers’ money on things that shouldn’t be spent”. At the same time, he also believes that the criminal charges against Trump are “using judicial power to suppress public opinion.”

Yu Jinshan, leader of District 65D of the Democratic Party, said that he personally has no objection to Trump, but he also understands that some people in the Democratic Party hate him very much. He said that if he had a bigger role in the party, he would convince his colleagues to avoid using judicial methods to deal with Trump, as prosecuting him would strengthen the solidarity of his supporters, but in the end, He will take over. News again and again. “If you ignore him, he might have disappeared into history by now.”

and larger views inside and outside the court for the sideChinatownThis can be said to be extremely disturbing for the residents. Chen Jialing, a community member who lives next to Columbus Park, said that the roads around the court were blocked that morning and helicopters were hovering in the sky early in the morning and pedestrians were not even allowed to cross the roads. Baxter Street next to the court was closed, blocking his daily dog ​​walking route.

Chen Jialing said it was ridiculous that such a “monkey show-like” trial would last for several days, adding that “a very stupid person is trying hard to avoid going to jail.”

After a fight between the two groups, they left the scene under police surveillance. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


Trump supporters rally outside the courthouse.  (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)
Trump supporters rally outside the courthouse. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


The traffic closure caused inconvenience to residents of the Chinatown community next to the courthouse.  (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)
The traffic closure caused inconvenience to residents of the Chinatown community next to the courthouse. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


There was a fight between the two groups.  (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)
There was a fight between the two groups. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


Trump's opponents held placards at the rally site.  (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)
Trump’s opponents held placards at the rally site. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


Trump's opponents held placards at the rally site.  (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)
Trump’s opponents held placards at the rally site. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)


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The hearing of Trump’s “hush money case” began in Manhattan, with massive traffic restrictions imposed around the court. (Reporter Ju Junda/Photography)

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