Donald Trump and eldest son, Don Jr., shares TikTok video from back room of Manhattan Criminal Courthouse

Donald Trump and eldest son, Don Jr., shares TikTok video from back room of Manhattan Criminal Courthouse

The duo was seen concocting their next mean tweet in the 14-second clip, filmed as the jury deliberated in Trump’s ongoing trial.

Judge’s Instructions to the Jury and Trump’s Legal Team

Judge Juan Merchan provided final instructions to the jury and had one last directive for Trump, his legal team, and the prosecutors.

He instructed them to remain in the building, marking the first time in weeks Trump had some free time on his hands.

Lighthearted TikTok Amid Serious Deliberations

Sitting in a courthouse meeting room with his son, Trump turned the camera on themselves for a short TikTok clip.

Don Jr. started the video by introducing Trump and joking about crafting mean tweets. Trump praised his son’s social media skills and hinted at a new tweet.

Trump Expresses Frustration on Truth Social

Around the same time, Trump took to Truth Social to criticize Fox News anchor Shannon Bream and express his frustrations with the trial.

He accused President Joe Biden of being involved in his legal troubles and criticized the Department of Justice.

A Brief Distraction During Jury Deliberations

Don Jr.’s TikTok video provided a brief distraction as the jury continued their deliberations.

Trump’s aides have complained about the courthouse’s conditions, contrasting with Trump’s luxurious past.

Trump Remains Active on Social Media

While stuck in the courthouse, Trump remained active on Truth Social, posting complaints about the trial and quoting commentators who supported his case.

He maintained his innocence and criticized the legal process.

Jury Deliberates Key Testimony

The jury deliberated for four and a half hours, reviewing key testimonies, including a critical Trump Tower meeting and statements from David Pecker, former publisher of the National Enquirer.

Uncertain Outcome of Jury Deliberations

The length of the deliberations remains unclear. A guilty verdict would be a significant legal setback for Trump, while an acquittal would boost his campaign.

A mistrial is also a possibility if the jury cannot reach a unanimous decision.

Trump’s Defense Against the Charges

Trump denies 34 counts of falsifying business records related to a $130,000 hush money payment to Stormy Daniels.

He claims the payments were for legal services and denies any extramarital encounter with Daniels.

Trump’s Reaction to the Trial

After the jury instructions, Trump repeated his claims of an unfair trial, expressing pessimism about the outcome.

He criticized the judge and reiterated his belief that the charges are rigged against him.

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