Former President Donald Trump’s arraignment in a Manhattan court has been marred by controversy after the judge ruled that no cameras would be allowed in the courtroom, with only five pool photographers allowed to snap photos for several minutes before the arraignment begins.
The decision has sparked outrage among the media and some commentators, who argue that the American people have the right to witness this historic moment.
While the judge’s decision may be disappointing to some, it is important to remember that the right to a fair trial is paramount. The media has a responsibility to report on the news, but it should not be allowed to interfere with the judicial process.
The decision to limit media coverage is a positive step towards ensuring a fair and impartial trial for Trump.