The day I watched Trump be sentenced in court docket | EUROtoday

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IIt’s 4:24 a.m. and the line-sitters, huddled underneath tents, slumped on metallic benches, are nonetheless sleeping. It's raining on Collect Pond Park in Manhattan. They are paid $50 an hour to carry a spot for the foremost media who will enter the constructing reverse in 4 hours. The New York legal court docket is getting ready for an distinctive day, the 24e since April 15, the beginning of Donald Trump's trial for falsifying accounting paperwork to affect the 2016 election.

Humanity, within the line of journalists, is split between those that pay and those that rise up – like me, who set the alarm for 4 o'clock. On the fitting, the viewers line is the scene of frequent dramas. Nadine Siler, from Maryland, seen at each Trump indictment, has been sleeping there since I…