Trump vows to 'straighten out New York' if elected to another term

Former President Trump said the criminal trial is having a "reverse effect," during a campaign visit Tuesday evening to an Upper Manhattan bodega, while vowing to "straighten out New York" by working with the Democrat mayor and governor if elected to another term in the White House.

Trump visits Manhattan bodega after 2nd day in court

Trump stopped by Sanaa Convenient Store, a tiny bodega that sells chips, sodas and other snacks. Trump aides said the former president and presumptive GOP nominee chose the store because it has been the site of a violent attack on an employee.

A guide to Trump’s court cases

Donald Trump turned himself in at a New York City courtroom to be arraigned and booked on criminal charges one year ago today. He’s the first president in U.S. history to ever do so.