A professor from Princeton University has issued a dire warning after former President Donald Trump was indicted this week by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Eddie Glaude, a professor of African-American studies at Princeton University, appeared on MSNBC to gin up the idea that there would be ‘racial’ and ‘class’ conflict after Trump’s indictment.

While the indictment has been a temporary boon to Trump’s campaign, some are hoping that his supporters will commit violence to discredit him.

This comes after President Joe Biden and other top politicians commemorated a ‘Trans Day of Visibility’ just days after a transgender mass shooter killed multiple Christian children in Nashville, Tennessee.

While most Republicans have not called for a violent civil war, some, such as Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) have indicated that they might support a ‘national divorce’ due to deep political divisions in the United States.

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Greene reiterated that she would not support violent tactics to achieve a national divorce after being criticized by liberal media.

The Daily Caller Reports

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A Princeton professor said Friday that the United States is in a “cold civil war” with Republicans and Democrats on opposite sides following the indictment of former President Donald Trump.

“We are in a cold civil war,” Eddie Glaude, a professor of African-American studies at the Ivy League university, told MSNBC host Chris Jansing. “There’s no doubt about it, and that cold civil war falls along the lines of Republican and Democrat and that of course has racial and class undertones and overtones, but we’re in a cold civil war. We can’t deny that, and Trump is an avatar.”

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg secured a grand jury indictment against Trump Thursday in a case centered around a $130,000 payout to porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016, during Trump’s successful run for the White House.

Republican presidential contenders and potential candidates condemned the indictment as “politically motivated” and “a dark moment in American history.” Republican elected officials, former officials and conservative media figures also ripped the indictment.

Trump’s arraignment is scheduled for Tuesday before Judge Juan Merchan in Manhattan.

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