Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, was seen DJ-ing and playing Elvis tracks from his iPad at Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Florida, just hours after being indicted for inciting the insurrection on the Capitol Hill held on January 6, 2021.
The news of Trump’s indictment, which could lead to a conviction and possible sentencing, made headlines across the globe. However, it seems like the former president was not fazed by the impending legal action against him. In fact, he seemed to be in a cheerful mood as he entertained his guests by playing some of Elvis’s greatest hits.
The incident was captured on camera by an attendee who posted the video on social media. The video shows Trump standing behind a DJ booth, wearing his trademark suit and tie, while playing the music on his iPad. Members of his club can be seen dancing and cheering to the music in the background.
It’s worth noting that Trump is a big fan of Elvis Presley. He has played the music of the legendary rock icon at several of his campaign rallies and events. In fact, he even visited the late singer’s Graceland estate in Memphis, Tennessee, during his presidential campaign in 2016.
However, Trump’s decision to DJ and play music just hours after being indicted has drawn criticism from several quarters. Many people on social media have pointed out that it’s an inappropriate response to a serious legal matter. Others have criticized his casual attitude towards the gravity of his actions and the potential consequences.
On the other hand, some of his supporters have defended the former president, arguing that he has the right to enjoy his private time and indulge in his favorite hobbies. They claim that the video does not provide any evidence that he is not taking his legal troubles seriously.
In any case, Trump’s DJ-ing stint has once again put him in the spotlight, raising questions about his priorities, his state of mind, and his ability to handle the legal challenges that lie ahead. It remains to be seen what impact this incident will have on his future political prospects and public image. But one thing is clear – his love for Elvis is still going strong.