Former President Trump Arraigned in Historic Case, Naked Cowboy Performs Outside Courthouse

On Tuesday, a well-known Times Square artist, the Naked Cowboy, sang pro-Trump songs in front of the courtroom where former President Donald Trump was arraigned.

While strumming the guitar, the Naked Cowboy performed songs about Trump’s views on taxes, constructing a border wall, and backing law enforcement.

He also questioned New York City District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s reputation on crime, stating he cuts criminal charges and does not request bail for felony offenders.


Bragg is the prosecuting attorney who filed accusations against Trump. He is accused of dismissing felony charges, lowering felonies to misdemeanors, and reducing his criminal convictions.

Bragg also has ties to the billionaire George Soros, who contributed $1 million to the Color of Change PAC, which backed Bragg’s 2021 campaign. Soros’s family also made direct contributions to Bragg.

Trump ceded to authorities at the Manhattan Courthouse around 1:30 p.m. prior to his arraignment. He pled not guilty to 34 charges of first-degree falsifying company documents. Upon entering the courthouse, he waved and fist-pumped his fans.

The Naked Cowboy has been a Times Square landmark for years.

He is famous for playing the guitar while wearing nothing but cowboy boots, a hat, and briefs. His music has amused people from all over the country and he’s become a cherished New York City institution.

Trump’s Legal Troubles

Trump’s arraignment is historically significant since he is the first past president of the United States to be charged with a crime. His business transactions in New York City are the subject of the allegations.

Trump has denounced any misconduct and pledged to defend himself against the claims.

The Naked Cowboy’s presence in front of the courthouse on the day of Trump’s arraignment was one of several protests and rallies. Trump proponents and detractors gathered in front of the courtroom to express their thoughts.

Outside the courthouse, The Naked Cowboy’s music contributed to the boisterous scene.

This article appeared in NewsHouse and has been published here with permission.