WATCH: Anti-Trump agitator outside of Alvin Bragg trial removed by NYPD

The anti-Trump protester was removed from the premises by NYPD.


An anti-Trump agitator was removed by NYPD from the crowd near the courthouse in New York on Monday after going through a crowd of supporters of President Donald Trump.  

The event took place near the courthouse where the proceedings of Trump's trial in the falsified documents case brought by Alvin Bragg.  

The protester goaded the others in the crowd and held signs saying "Trump digs his own grave" and "once again Trump got caught with his pants down." 

After being followed by other Trump supporters, multiple members in the media swarmed the one protester who was making the scene. After a few seconds of exchange with the Trump supporters by the courthouse, the protester started walking away, but she kept engaging. 

NYPD officers then escorted the protester away with many members of the media following the whole time.  

On Monday, Trump was on trial for felony charges of falsifying business documents in the case brought by Alvin Bragg in New York where Trump allegedly used campaign money to pay off porn star Stormy Daniels in a lead-up to the 2016 election.  

Trump has argued that this was money he paid to his attorney Michael Cohen as legal fees. Bragg has contended that those funds were used to pay off the media to kill coverage about an alleged affair that Trump had with Daniels.  

President Trump has been told that he will be arrested if he skips out on the trial without a reason. The schedule for the trial comes just as the 2024 campaign season is ramping up. 

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