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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump is expected to give remarks at Mar-a-Lago, the same day he is expected to be indicted in a federal court.
The indictment, which was handed down by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, is the first of its kind against a sitting president. It is unclear what the charges are against Trump, but reports suggest they may include obstruction of justice and collusion with Russia.
Trump's attorneys have denied the accusations and said that the president is innocent of any wrong-doing.
At Mar-a-Lago, Trump is expected to make a statement about the indictments. It is unclear what he plans to say, but his attorneys have said that the president will continue to maintain his innocence.
The indictment comes at a time when Trump is already facing several investigations into his businesses and his 2016 campaign. This latest indictment is likely to intensify the scrutiny of the president and could lead to more legal trouble for him.
Trump's appearance at Mar-a-Lago is expected to draw a large crowd of supporters and opponents alike. It is unclear how the president will react to the indictment and the potential legal ramifications that could follow.
No matter what happens, Trump's speech at Mar-a-Lago is sure to be one of the biggest news events of the year. The world will be watching as the president addresses the charges against him and attempts to clear his name.