Trump indictment live updates: Trump to give remarks at Mar-a-Lago Tuesday after expected arraignment
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President Donald Trump is expected to make remarks at Mar-a-Lago in Florida Tuesday after an anticipated arraignment on multiple indictments.
The President has been charged with a range of crimes, including obstruction of justice, tax fraud, conspiracy against the United States, and campaign finance violations.
Trump is expected to appear in court Tuesday morning to answer the charges. His lawyers have argued that the charges are unconstitutional and that the President is immune from prosecution.
In the afternoon, Trump is expected to give a speech at Mar-a-Lago in which he will address the charges against him and the likelihood of a trial.
The charges against Trump come after a months-long investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The indictments were unsealed Monday, and include several key figures in Trump's inner circle, including his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former personal attorney Michael Cohen.
The charges come as Trump faces the possibility of impeachment. Democrats in the House of Representatives have threatened to begin impeachment proceedings if Trump does not cooperate with their investigations into his conduct.
Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and has vowed to fight the charges.
Stay tuned to NBC News for live coverage of the President's remarks and updates on the ongoing investigation.