Former President Donald Trump’s hearings and trial in Fulton County, Georgia will be livestreamed on the court’s YouTube channel, according to a ruling by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee. This is the first time in U.S. history that cameras will be allowed in a courtroom for the trial of a former president. The decision aligns with Georgia state court policy on livestreaming major proceedings. Cameras were also allowed in the courtroom when the indictments against Trump and his co-defendants were handed down. Trump pleaded not guilty and waived his arraignment, which was originally scheduled to be televised. Trump has a history of being familiar with TV cameras, having appeared in movies and TV series, as well as starring in the reality show “The Apprentice.” Recently, he has used social media to deliver messages directly to his supporters.