Yesterday, news broke that President Donald Trump could be indicted as soon as next week as a result of charges stemming from payments made to Stormy Daniels to keep an alleged affair between her and Trump quiet.
Now, Trump has publicly confirmed that he could be indicted as soon as next week. He told his supporters to speak out against the politically biased prosecution and called the crimes of which he was being accused ‘already disproven’.
Sources familiar with the criminal case being built against Trump have said that they plan to fully ‘book’ the President, while lawyers representing Trump say that he will turn himself in and comply if an indictment is issued.
Federal prosecutors reportedly refused to take up a similar case against Trump, and legal experts have already said that the case is unlikely to result in a conviction or that it will be overturned in appellate courts.
The New York Post Reports–
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Former President Donald Trump said he expects to be arrested Tuesday in Manhattan — and urged his followers to protest his looming indictment.
“THE FAR & AWAY LEADING REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE & FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, WILL BE ARRESTED ON TUESDAY OF NEXT WEEK. PROTEST, TAKE OUR NATION BACK!,” he thundered in an all caps missive to his followers on Truth Social Saturday morning.
He slammed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office as “CORRUPT & HIGHLY POLITICAL” in his post.
Trump again insisted he had committed no crime and reminded his followers that Bragg’s campaign had been heavily financed by liberal billionaire George Soros.
Bragg’s looming charges are said to focus on Trump’s payments of hush money to Stormy Daniels, an adult star who claimed she had an affair with Trump in 2016 and received $130,000 in hush money payments from the billionaire to keep her quiet during his 2016 presidential campaign. Trump has denied the alleged infidelity.
An attorney for Daniels said Wednesday his client had met with Manhattan prosecutors and that she was prepared to testify in any trial as a witness.