Donald Trump's indictment set to play out in Miami, giving him upper hand

 June 11, 2023

Former President Donald Trump's federal records retention case is set to take place in Florida, giving him a much-needed upper hand as he fights the witch hunt against him.

Trump's legal troubles have been litigated in New York for the most part thus far, meaning he has had to beat cases while convincing liberal jurors who are eager to do anything to end Trump's political career.

Now Trump is set to face arraignment next week in a federal courthouse in Miami and it seems likely that he will get a jury with which he will at least have a chance, if not an outright advantage.

Trump announced on Thursday that, "The corrupt Biden Administration has informed my attorneys that I have been Indicted, seemingly over the Boxes Hoax. I have been summoned to appear at the Federal Courthouse in Miami on Tuesday, at 3 PM."

Not only will Trump's case be in a much friendlier state, but the case will also be handled by U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, whom he appointed to the federal bench.

The case against Trump is a weak one, and without a liberal jury, the Department of Justice has a long way to go if its lawyers to convict Trump and end his presidential candidacy.