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Donald Trump arrives in court by subpoena

The presidential candidate for the Republican Party, billionaire Donald Trump, arrived this morning at the South Manhattan court, where he was summoned to participate in the jury selection process. Along with him for the possible participation in the jury brought about another 700 people.

As CNN reported today, "the selection process will last two days, but today Trump is likely to be removed from the list of potential jury members." Previously, he will have to pay a fine for not responding to the five previous summons that required him to appear in the selection process for jury members.

According to the vice-president of the Trump Organization and special adviser to Trump Michael Cohen, these subpoenas were sent to the address where the billionaire never lived.

“In New York, home to many celebrities, it is not unusual for such people to be put on the list of potential jurors,” said AP. “Among them were President John F. Kennedy's daughter Caroline, filmmakers Woody Allen and Spike Lee, singer Madonna.”

Under US law, the selection of potential jury members is done by random sampling from voter lists and driving license holders. Those who receive a subpoena demanding to appear at the jury selection process are required to answer a series of questions that will determine whether the candidate is suitable for the performance of jury duties. A juror must be older than 18 for years, a US citizen, reside within the county where he must perform jury duties, and be fluent in English. For those persons who were on trial, a previous conviction must be removed.

Despite the blows that fell on billionaire Donald Trump on debate Republican presidential candidates last week, his position in ratingx not shaken.

The latest national poll Reuters and Ipsos showed that Trump firmly ranks first with 24 percent support for Republican voters.

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