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New York Mother Who Voted Democrat for 40 Years Reveals Why She Votes for Trump Despite Guilty Verdict

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Madeline Brame, who lost her son in a stabbing attack in 2018, attended Trump's rally in the South Bronx last week.

A New York City mother who has voted Democratic for 40 years says she will vote for Donald Trump despite his criminal conviction.

Madeline Brame, who lost her son in a stabbing attack in 2018, attended Trump’s rally in the South Bronx last week to show her support for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

He said he had walked away from the Democratic Party after his son’s murder, and blames progressive Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Braggs for “going soft” on his killers.

Brame told WABC: ‘Alvin Bragg, the way he let two of my son’s killers walk free.’ He dropped gang assault and murder charges against two of my son’s killers.

“I’ve been in this fight for about six years and we support Trump because we know that he cares about the issues that happen here in this community, even to the point that today he shows up here in the South Bronx… the dirty El South Bronx, which is full of crime and poverty… and he’s really here.’

Madeline Brame, who lost her son in a stabbing attack in 2018, attended Trump’s rally in the South Bronx last week.

He said he walked away from the Democratic Party after his son's murder, and blames progressive Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Braggs for

He said he walked away from the Democratic Party after his son’s murder, and blames progressive Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Braggs for “going soft” on his killers.

While Brame made the comments before Trump was convicted, he took to social media to express that the jury’s decision has not changed his mind about the Republican.

Brame said on

She added: ‘No matter the verdict, we only have one job to do: “VOTE YOUR *** OUT!” Up and down the line. Game over!’

Brame’s son, Hason Correa, 35, a father of three and Army veteran, was attacked by a group of people he did not know in Harlem in 2018 and stabbed to death during an altercation outside an apartment building.

She has blamed Bragg for being “soft” on the perpetrators.

Two of Correa’s attackers reached plea deals with Manhattan prosecutors and one has already been freed within his time served.

Four siblings, Christopher, James and Mary Saunders and Travis Stewart, were initially arrested for the murder.

She blames Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Braggs for

She blames Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Braggs for “going soft” on her son’s killers.

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Madeline Brame speaks at Christopher Saunders' sentencing in 2018

Madeline Brame speaks at Christopher Saunders’ sentencing in 2018

James Saunders pleaded guilty to gang assault and second-degree murder and was sentenced to 20 years.

Christopher was convicted of gang assault and sentenced to 20 years to life in prison.

Stewart and Mary Saunders pleaded guilty to gang assault, with Stewart sentenced to seven years and Mary to 14 months, which she had already served.

Other Trump supporters online expressed similar reactions to his criminal conviction on all charges in New York on Thursday.

Medical journalist Nicole Saphier said in

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Other Trump supporters online expressed similar reactions to his criminal conviction on all charges in New York on Thursday.

Other Trump supporters online expressed similar reactions to his criminal conviction on all charges in New York on Thursday.

‘Violent crimes against everyday New Yorkers? Not so much.’

Republican lawmakers reacted with immediate fury Thursday when a New York jury convicted former President Donald Trump of 34 counts of falsifying business records to influence the 2016 election, speaking almost unanimously in questioning the legitimacy of the trial and how it was conducted. just.

House Speaker Mike Johnson said it was a “shameful day in American history” and that the allegations were “purely political.”

Ohio Senator JD Vance said the verdict was an “embarrassment to the judicial system.” And Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise, the No. 2 House Republican, said the decision was “a defeat for Americans who believe in the critical legal principle that justice is blind.”

Brame's son, Hason Correa, 35, a father of three and Army veteran, was attacked by a group of people he did not know in Harlem in 2018 and stabbed to death.

Brame’s son, Hason Correa, 35, a father of three and Army veteran, was attacked by a group of people he did not know in Harlem in 2018 and stabbed to death.

Two of Correa's attackers reached an agreement with Manhattan prosecutors and one has already been released within the deadline.

Two of Correa’s attackers reached an agreement with Manhattan prosecutors and one has already been released within the deadline.

Within minutes of the verdict being read, Republicans who in the past had been divided over support for their presumptive Republican presidential nominee found common ground by attacking, with few details, the judge, the jury and President Joe Biden.

The conviction came on state charges in a Manhattan court; As the country’s top federal official, Biden has no say in what happens in the courts of New York City.

The jury found that Trump falsified records in a scheme to influence his presidential election through hush payments to a porn actor who had said he had sexual relations with Trump.

Few Republicans mentioned the details of the case, but many echoed his repeated claims that it was a “rigged and shameful trial.” He is expected to appeal quickly.

Former President Donald Trump and his lawyer Todd Blanche (right) leave the courthouse

Former President Donald Trump and his lawyer Todd Blanche (right) leave the courthouse

There is no evidence that the trial was rigged. Trump’s defense has complained about a $15 donation that Judge Juan Manuel Merchán made to Biden in 2020 and his daughter’s work as a Democratic political consultant, but the judge rejected the recusal request from Trump’s lawyers and said that he was sure of his “ability to be fair.” and impartial.’

And the guilty verdict only improved the former president’s standing among likely voters ahead of the 2024 election, according to a quick poll exclusive to DailyMail.com.

Of those who said the 34 counts of guilt had changed their opinion of Donald Trump, 22 percent said they now rated him more favorably compared to 16 percent who said they viewed him more negatively.

That six-point net positive is another sign of the way the businessman-turned-politician appears capable of weathering crises that would sink anyone else.

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