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UNFAZED Trump RESPONDS to Federal Indictment in Florida

WATCH: Donald Trump made a surprise appearance at a Cuban restaurant after appearing in court

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 | By Richard AhernIn a surprise move, former President Donald Trump appeared at a Cuban restaurant shortly after his court appearance in Miami.

Seemingly unfazed by recent events, the former president appeared upbeat after he pleaded not guilty to 37 federal charges. The allegations range from illegally retaining national security documents to deceptive practices aimed at hindering officials from recovering them.

Authorities insist that Trump obstructed the government from reacquiring a cache of vital documents found at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. The documents reportedly include details about nuclear programs and other critical military secrets.

A Miami federal judge heard these claims, Trump’s emphatic not-guilty plea, and his defense that he was allowed to possess these documents under the Presidential Records Act.

Judge Jonathan Goodman allowed Trump to depart the court without any restrictive conditions or travel impediments, and no bail was imposed. However, Goodman had one stipulation — Trump is not permitted to communicate with potential witnesses tied to this case.

Legal experts suggest it could take a year or longer before a trial begins. In the meantime, Trump is leading the charge to become the Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election. His supporters continue to rally behind him as his popularity grows despite the legal entanglements he currently faces.

After the hearing, Mr. Trump made a quick stop at the local restaurant, where community leaders showered him with blessings.

Trump, who will celebrate his 77th birthday on Wednesday, even took time out for photographs with his enthusiastic followers — UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal among them. In a display of generosity, he then offered to buy food for everyone present, with the crowd breaking into a lively rendition of “Happy Birthday.”

In a short conversation with the media, he painted a bleak picture of the current state of the US, labeling it as “corrupt,” “in decline,” and “rigged.”

This isn’t Trump’s first brush with the law in recent months. Back in April, he pleaded not guilty to state charges in New York relating to a hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Here’s the bottom line:

There’s no denying that Donald Trump continues to be a dominant figure on the American political stage — evidenced by the vast number of supporters and protestors who flocked to Miami on Tuesday. As he continues to bat off indictments, his main focus is clear — winning the 2024 election.

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