Former President Donald Trump made headlines around the world on Tuesday after pleading not guilty to 34 felony charges, including a $130,000 bribe to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election.
Trump’s impeachment, his arraignment in a New York courtroom, and his comings and goings throughout the day received intense minute-by-minute coverage from news organizations around the world.
HuffPost collected several international front pages featuring the former president.
The Daily Mirror (UK)
“Trump in the eye of the storm,” the tabloid headlined its coverage, referring to the porn star at the center of the allegations.
Times of London (UK)
The news of Trump’s criminal charges is at the top of the front page of The Times of London: “Trump in the dock.”
The Scotsman (UK)
The Scottish newspaper ran a photo of Trump entering the courtroom on its front page: “Arrested: Trump pleads not guilty to 34 criminal charges.”
El País (Spain)
The Spanish newspaper published a photo of Trump sitting in the courtroom with the headline: “Trump accused of 34 crimes.”
El Stampa (Italy)
The Italian newspaper said: “Trump, the conspirator.”
The Greek daily headlined “34 criminal charges” and showed a photo of Trump and his lawyers in the courtroom.
Israeli paper portrays Trump’s plea as “not guilty”.
O Globo (Brazil)
The Brazilian “O Globo” writes: Trump is accused of falsifying records for electoral benefit.
The Irish Times (Ireland)
Trump led Wednesday’s edition of The Irish Times with the headline: “Trump pleads not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records.”
Toronto Star (Canada)
“Uncharted territory,” wrote Canada’s Toronto Star, referring to the historic nature of the accusation against Trump.