Ivanka Breaks Silence with a Strong 4-Word Response to Trump’s Controversial Verdict

In the wake of the contentious verdict against former President Donald Trump, his daughter Ivanka Trump has remained steadfast in her support for her father. This verdict was delivered after a Manhattan jury convicted him on 34 felony counts related to falsifying business records.

Donald Trump holding Ivanka as a child
Donald Trump holding Ivanka as a child. (Ivanka Trump / Instagram screen shot)

Ivanka expressed her unwavering love for her father by posting an old picture of herself with him on Instagram, accompanied by the caption, “I love you dad” and a heart emoji. Although the image is approximately 40 years old, it conveys an enduring message of love and support.

As noted by the New York Post, this marks Ivanka’s first public statement since her father’s conviction. Confidential sources have relayed to the publication that “Ivanka is fully supportive of her dad and loves him very much despite his conviction.”

The jury, comprised of 12 members from New York City, found Donald Trump guilty after only two days of deliberations. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, widely regarded as politically motivated, was responsible for charging the former president with these 34 felony counts related to a payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels through his then-personal attorney Michael Cohen before the 2016 presidential election.

The jury reached its verdict shortly after 4:30 p.m. Interestingly, they requested that testimony from publishing executive David Pecker and Cohen be read back to them. They also requested that certain instructions provided by the judge be reiterated on Thursday.

It is anticipated that Trump will appeal this controversial verdict. His attorneys have argued that several rulings made by Judge Juan Merchan unfairly influenced the trial outcome.

One such ruling was denying testimony from former Federal Election Commission Chairman Bradley Smith, who asserted that the payments to Daniels did not constitute campaign expenses or donations.

In a decision seen as biased by many, Merchan instructed the jury that they did not need to agree on what crime Trump had committed in relation to allegedly falsifying business records.

Despite facing this challenging situation, Trump has continuously proclaimed his innocence. In reaction to this contentious verdict, Trump told reporters, “This was a disgrace. This was a rigged trial by a conflicted judge who was corrupt.”

“The real verdict is going to be November 5th by the people,” he added.

Trump remains resolute in his stance and commitment, stating “I’m fighting for our country. I’m fighting for our Constitution,” and assured his supporters that “This is far from over.”

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