A look inside Trump's arraignment hearing
State of play: Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records in the hearing that followed his formal arrest.
- Metal barricades divided Trump's supporters and critics as they gathered at a park across from the courthouse ahead of his highly anticipated appearance.
- New York City police bolstered security measures both around the courthouse and Trump Tower.
- Members of the press also lined up on the streets to gain entry to the courtroom.
Details: Republican Reps. George Santos (N.Y.) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.), a close Trump ally, joined the crowds Tuesday.
- Greene headlined a rally at a park across from the Criminal Courts Building, but her words were muffled by protestors who were blowing whistles and shouting.
- Video from the scene showed security struggling to escort Greene through the crowd.
What to watch: Trump is expected to return to Florida and give a speech at Mar-a-Lago at 8:15pm ET.
Go deeper: How Trump plans to fight the indictment