Charisma News Brief: Prayer Breaks Out with Donald Trump Following 'Not Guilty' Plea

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Following his historic arraignment and not guilty plea in federal court, former President Donald Trump went to one of Miami's most famous Cuban restaurants.

Throngs of supporters and media followed him to Versailles, where he posed for photos and the crowd sang "Happy Birthday" as Trump turns 77 on Wednesday, June 14, 2023.

According to People magazine, "The group included the likes of former MMA fighter Jorge Masvidal and Florida State Sen. Ileana Garcia.

"I think it's a rigged deal here. We have a rigged country. We have a country that's corrupt. We have a country that's got no borders. We have a country that's got nothing but problems. We're a nation in decline, and then they do this stuff, and you see where the people are," Trump said, addressing the charges brought against him.

After mingling with the crowd, Trump was approached by several people who asked if they could pray over him, something that has become a common occurrence among Trump supporters when the former president visits various locations.

The first man who began praying spoke as a Cuban-American and denounced the wave of communism that is trying to sweep across the country, a system that many throughout Miami fled when leaving Cuba and the Castro-regime. He also thanked God that He had anointed Donald Trump for a time such as this, as the person chosen to block the radical agendas transforming the nation into something reminiscent of the communist regimes many Americans fled in their native countries.

Several other supporters joined in praying over the former president, which was punctuated by cheers once the prayers were complete.

This event came after Trump went before federal Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman in the Southern District of Florida and pleaded not guilty to 37 felony counts, and according to The Daily Wire, "for his alleged retention of national defense information, his alleged attempts to obstruct the investigation and for allegedly lying to prosecutors in Special Counsel Jack Smith's investigation."

James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.


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