BREAKING: NY court sets date for Alvin Bragg case against Trump as April 15

The scheduled court date comes after Trump's legal team reviewed evidence over the last few days.

On Monday, the judge overseeing the falsified business docs case against President Donald Trump set the start date for the trial as April 15. 

According to Politico, the business documents case involving Stormy Daniels allegedly getting paid to stay quiet about sexual encounters with Trump brought by left-wing NYC District Attorney Alvin Bragg will go forward to trial. 

This will be the first of the different cases against the former president to go forward to trial. During a courtroom hearing on Monday, Justice Juan Merchan delivered the news to Trump.  

The case from Bragg brings 34 charges of “falsifying business records in the first degree,” according to the press release from the indictment brought in April 2023. 

Trump later tore into Bragg after the ruling and said the left-wing DA was trying him for something that was “not even a crime.” 

"We're being tried for something that's not even a crime, they say at most it's a misdemeanor, but there's no misdemeanor either,” Trump told reporters.  

Trump added that Biden was behind the legal cases brought against him, saying that this "was done by Biden and his thugs" because "they can't win an election because of the borders, because of energy prices, because of inflation, because of Afghanistan, the worst and most embarrassing day in the history of our country."

"He can't win because of Russia, Russia, Russia, because of all the problems, because of Ukraine being attacked by Russia. And he can't win because of the October 7 Attack of Israel." 

56 percent of likely voters in a recent 2024 election poll from McLaughlin similarly expressed that they thought Biden was trying to jail Trump to stop him from winning. 

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