Donald Trump will become the first former US president to be criminally charged and fingerprinted on Tuesday in his landmark indictment in Manhattan Criminal Court, although at present his signature does not appear to include a passport photo, according to several sources close to the developments. .
The fingerprint machine was already in court, but there was no machine at the scene for a potential photo ID, and sources said the Republican might not have to pose for a photo. photo.
Trump was indicted by a Manhattan jury on Thursday. Sources previously told NBC News that he faces more than 30 charges in this indictment, although the exact nature of the charges was not to be revealed until the arraignment.
The former president visited the city on Monday afternoon and spent the night at Trump Tower before heading to court on Tuesday morning. He will be taken to a room on the 15th floor, without handcuffs or held in a holding cell.
The impeachment was to be brief, and then Trump was to return to Florida, where he had planned to deliver a speech from Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night.
Analysts are talking about what will happen to former President Donald Trump once the charges against him are read out in a New York court. Details in the video.
As a precaution, all Supreme Court cases on the upper floors of the building were cleared and security swept the building.