- Hours after being indicted, Donald Trump was seen jamming with Elvis, Pavarotti and James Brown.
- Sources say the former president was spotted DJing at Bedminster after being indicted.
- But at about the same time, he posted an angry post on Truth Social.
Former President Donald Trump broke the news Thursday that he was indicted for a second time, but also reportedly found time to raise the roof behind Bedminster’s DJ console. New York Times.
Sources close to Trump told The New York Times on Thursday night that Trump played songs by Elvis, opera singer Pavarotti and James Brown on his iPad just 90 minutes after receiving the call. It is said that
He donned his iconic red MAGA cap before taking the stage as a disc jockey that night, according to The New York Times. Trump was at a dinner at a golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, according to The Times.
But Trump’s social media feeds told a slightly different story about his reaction to the federal indictments. Trump appeared to post an angry post on Truth Social at about the same time.
Trump first wrote director Declaring that he had been indicted, he said, “I never thought something like that could happen to a former US president,” and said he was an “innocent man!”
He then made the following post video Shortly after, on Truth Social, he repeated his position that he was innocent and that the “Biden administration is totally corrupt.”
But Trump’s post-indictment DJing is historically consistent with his strangely cool-headedness over the incident. He faces many lawsuits and investigations.
He is known for his passion for various leisure activities, from golf to music.
In March, days before the first indictments were known, Trump was spotted loitering around Mar-a-Lago in a golf cart.
He’s also been known to play songs on his iPad at parties. He did so after arraignment, effectively serving as Mar-a-Lago’s resident DJ for the night.
And on April 4, just hours after being indicted on business record falsification charges, Trump played James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” and The Village People’s “Macho Man.” ” and other personal favorites. According to the New York Times.
And it’s not just the bad times that Trump is known to indulge his love of music. page 6 reported in February that he was often seen blasting Broadway show tunes and Celine Dion tunes behind Mar-a-Lago’s DJ console at his weekly gigs.
The Justice Department has not released the charges against Trump, but Trump’s attorney Jim Trusty told CNN’s Caitlin Collins that the former president faces seven charges related to espionage, obstruction, misrepresentation and conspiracy. said to be confronted.
A Trump spokesman did not respond to an insider’s request for comment outside of normal business hours.