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President Donald Trump said Tuesday he will be delivering remarks at Mar-a-Lago after his arraignment in New York City this week.
The declaration was made during a press conference at the White House Tuesday afternoon.
“I will be delivering remarks from Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday to discuss the charges against me,” Trump said. “This is a political witch hunt and I am confident that I will be exonerated.”
Trump is expected to appear in court on Wednesday to face the charges that were recently brought against him. The charges are in relation to his involvement in the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol.
Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said that the president will be making a statement from Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday in order to express his opinion on the charges.
“The president will be heard and he will have his say,” Giuliani said.
Trump is currently scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday and will then travel to Mar-a-Lago. He has not yet said what his remarks will include.
The move by Trump to make a statement from Mar-a-Lago is a departure from his usual practice of making public statements from the White House. It could be seen as an indication of his willingness to fight the charges against him, even though he is no longer in office.
It is unclear at this time what the outcome of Trump's arraignment will be, but his statement from Mar-a-Lago will likely provide further insight into his legal strategy.