Donald Trump Reports For Jury Duty

Donald Trump reported for jury duty in New York City on Monday after a weekend of campaigning in Iowa.

Donald Trump pulled up to the New York State Supreme Court on Monday morning in a stretch limo to report for jury duty.

The presidential hopeful was previously called for the civic duty but failed to show up. He was fined $250 but he claims he never received the summonses.

Last week he said he was "looking forward to appearing."

On Monday, he shook hands with people waiting outside the court before taking the steps and waving.

Saturday Night Live’s Bobby Moynihan is surprisingly also in the same jury pool as Trump.

David Hamburger is also in the same pool.

He told INSIDE EDITION: “He is a nice guy. It was funny to see him in person. He seemed pretty bored there, just like the rest of us.”

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Trump is on a high after a hugely successful weekend wooing voters at the Iowa State Fair. He dropped in by helicopter and delighted kids by offering rides in his sleek black chopper.

Young William Bowman shared his GoPro video showing him inside the chopper with Trump.

After the ride, Bowman said: “It was awesome!”

Trump was mobbed by Iowans and stole the show from the other candidates.

Bernie Sanders couldn’t help make a crack: “I apologize; we left the helicopter at home.”

Trump's message had more substance than his usual rhetoric and he laid out his immigration plan.

He told NBC’s Chuck Todd on Meet the Press: “We will work with them. They have to go. Chuck, we either have a country, or we don't have a country.”

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It was the same message he told the people of Iowa.

On Sunday, the Republican candidate posted his entire immigration reform on his website.

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