Trump’s sons Eric, Tiffany, and Don Jr. — as well as his close advisers — filed a file with the Mar-a-Lago mansion over the former president’s post-indictment speech.
- Donald Trump’s children, Don Jr., Eric and Tiffany, were present Tuesday night at Mar-a-Lago for his speech after their arrest and trial in Manhattan.
- There was no sign of his daughter Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner, his wife Melania, or their son Barron, 17.
- Other famous faces include Roger Stone, Mike Lindell, and Carrie Lake, who ran unsuccessfully for governor of Arizona.
Family and friends of Donald Trump gathered in Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night, hours after he was indicted, to hear him declare that his only ‘crime’ was to ‘fearlessly defend our country’, and to claim that the United States is ‘going to hell’ ”. .
His sons Don Jr. and Eric and daughter Tiffany were in the audience with their partners.
It is worth noting that his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, who worked with Trump in the White House, were absent.
His wife, Melania, wasn’t there either, nor was his son, Barron, 17.
Donald Trump Jr. in Mar-a-Lago Tuesday night with his fiancee, Kimberly Guilfoyle
Eric Trump in Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night with his wife, Lara
Tiffany Trump with her husband, Michael Paul. The couple married in Mar-a-Lago in November
Donald Trump was seen Tuesday night speaking from Mar-a-Lago
The Trumps were accompanied by a crowd of their most ardent supporters—among them My Pillow founder Mike Lindell and conservative political activist Roger Stone.
The meeting was also attended by Carrie Lake, who in November failed to be elected governor of Arizona.
A festive atmosphere reigned in the hall, as Tuesday’s events energized Trump supporters.
Trump’s legal team dismissed the indictment as “sad,” arguing that it amounted to nothing and would not have been brought even if it weren’t for Manhattan Attorney General Alvin Bragg’s desire to indict the former president.
Trump supporters were in a celebratory mood Tuesday night in Mar-a-Lago