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Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017. (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)

Recently, Donald Trump went on social media to strongly criticize his opponents, urging his supporters to defeat what he sees as harmful groups like Communists, Marxists, and the Radical Left. He also expressed his anger towards Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, who endorsed Trump’s rival, Ron DeSantis. Trump accused Stitt of betraying him and criticized his stance on Native Americans and Trump’s Senate pick.

Trump’s passionate language comes just before his scheduled appearance at the Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr US courthouse in Miami, Florida. The courthouse, which has been relatively calm, is expected to become more energetic once Trump arrives. Supporters and critics are preparing for the charged atmosphere that Trump’s presence will likely create.

After Trump’s federal indictment, some of his allies have expressed concerns about possible violence. Republican supporters, including Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs and Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins, have made aggressive statements, raising fears of a repeat of the violence that occurred during Trump’s departure from the White House. Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego warns that Kari Lake, an Arizona Republican candidate for governor, poses a significant threat to democracy by vowing to resist Trump’s indictment using armed resistance.

Trump’s arraignment in Miami tomorrow raises questions about the proceedings. It’s unclear whether Trump will be treated like other federal defendants who usually have their photos and fingerprints taken, as well as being handcuffed during their initial court appearances. In his previous indictment in Manhattan, only his fingerprints were recorded, and no photo was taken. Observers are curious to see if special counsel Jack Smith and federal prosecutors will follow the same procedure in Miami.

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has a busy day at the White House, including a meeting with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. However, it is unlikely that Biden will comment on Trump’s charges. The House of Representatives continues to face a deadlock caused by a revolt led by right-wing Republicans, and the White House press secretary will give a briefing later in the day.

As Trump’s court appearance approaches, the nation eagerly awaits to see the unfolding drama and its potential impact on the country’s political landscape.