New York Police faces accusations of insulting Donald Trump


Some people believe that the entire reason that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg brought a case against former President Donald Trump was to humiliate him, and the actions of one police officer at the courthouse appeared to many as petty and designed for that purpose.

As the former president was entering the courtroom, the officer who entered ahead of him allowed the door to shut in the former president’s face so that he had to open the door himself.

It is not that being the former president should entitle him to have someone hold the door for him, but for many people holding the door is a common courtesy for anyone.

Not surprisingly, liberals loved the symbolism.

“Shout out to the guy who didn’t hold the door open for Trump”, one person said.

“They didn’t even hold the door open for Trump”, another said with a laughing emoji.

“What I just noticed the most was cops not holding the door for trump. He expected to be presidentially treated and they let the door close on him and he had to open it himself. Probably the greatest thing I’ve ever seen happen to him”, another person said.

“I love the officer let the door shut on Trump entering the court room!” another said.


But not everyone loved it.

“When President Trump was walking into the courtroom, the New York State Court Officers let the door slam on him. Nearly hit him in the face. What a disgraceful showing of disrespect for a man that has done so much for our country — including providing endless support for law…”, one person said.


“Trump enters courtroom & guard lets the door slam right in his face. The world will not be prepared for this man’s wrath if he wins in 24”, another said.

“When President Trump was walking into the courtroom, the New York State Court Officers let the door slam on him. Nearly hit him in the face. What a disgraceful showing of disrespect for a man that has done so much for our country — including providing endless support for law”, another person said.

“Disrespectful cops just let the door slam into Trump, who then had to push it open on his own. May your city fall into ruin”, another said.

Former President Donald Trump appeared in Manhattan on Tuesday for his arraignment in the case brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 charges regarding allegations that he falsified business records related to adult film star Stormy Daniels’ hush-money case. Trump was indicted by a Manhattan grand jury over his alleged role in hush money payments to Daniels ahead of the 2016 election, allegedly to keep Daniels quiet about an affair the two of them had in 2006.

Cameras were only briefly allowed in the courtroom on Tuesday to take a few pictures of Trump and the gallery before the arraignment began.

Jake Gibson, the network’s producer for federal law enforcement coverage, told Fox News that “former President Trump definitely glared at the DA Bragg when he left” and “sought Bragg out to stare him down”.

“Mr. Trump walked in, the former President Trump walked in, he seemed to have a bit of a swagger. He looked stoic, he looked stone-faced. He pled not guilty, said ‘not guilty.’ Very interestingly, the prosecution wants this to go to trial in January of 2024. You know what else is in January of 2024? Primary season for the presidential election. Former President Trump’s team didn’t want to have anything to do with that”, Gibson began.

After noting that the next hearing is scheduled for December 4 in Manhattan, Gibson spoke about Trump giving Bragg a “strong glare”.

“I think it’s worth noting — I think I brought it up already, but I may not have, that President Trump, former President Trump definitely glared at D.A. Bragg when he left. He seemed to get up, looked around the room — you know, because he walked in — Trump was the last one to walk in the hearing. This was pretty intense. I mean, it’s not a huge room, but there’s probably 50 reporters in there”, he said.

“There were 15, 20, 25 law enforcement officials that were on the end of each row, so we couldn’t really see that well because they’re standing up in front, so we can’t really see up there. You just — what you really saw well is him enter the room and leave the room. There was Secret Service agents, there were the court police, there were just a lot of police in there and they were very strict with the press, you know, ‘We will kick you out of here. We see a phone, we’ll kick you out.’ People would try to sit up a little bit to look, ‘Sit down.’ This was a very serious — you know, it was very intense in there”, he added.

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