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 June 15, 2023

Social media catches major mistake on Trump judge arrest document

Social media users found a major mistake on former President Donald Trump's bond document.

Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman’s signature was noted July 13, 2023, rather than June 23.

The concern

"Such clerical errors can be easily amended by the court, according to Newsweek," the Western Journal reported.

"Goodman is not expected to have any further involvement in Trump’s case concerning the alleged mishandling of classified documents," it added.

The details

"Trump, who became the first U.S. president in history to face federal charges, did not have to surrender his passport or restrict his personal travel following his court appearance as he was not considered a flight risk, nor did he have to pay a bond for his release from custody," according to Newsweek.

"After leaving the Miami court, Trump gave a press conference at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey where he attacked the investigation into him as a 'sham,' and described Special Counsel Jack Smith as 'deranged' and a 'thug,'" it added.

“A corrupt sitting president had his top political opponent arrested on fake and fabricated charges of which he and numerous other presidents would be guilty, right in the middle of a presidential election in which he is losing very badly,” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

“This is called election interference and yet another attempt to rig and steal a presidential election. More importantly, it’s a political persecution like something straight out of a fascist or communist nation,” he continued.

It is uncertain when Trump will face a judge in the case. The timing of the arrest comes as the former president continues his comeback bid to run for the White House in 2024.

The latest polls after the indictment show Trump's numbers improving, with a more than 30-point lead over his next contender, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), and no other opponent in double figures.

The move may have been an attempt to stop Trump's run for president but has so far only strengthened his power over Republican voters who seek to support his new campaign for office.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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