According to a judicial source, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office has requested a meeting with law enforcement prior to a potential indictment of former President Donald Trump next week.
The source claims that no time has been set for the meeting, which was requested on Thursday. The purpose of the gathering is to “talk logistics for sometime next week, which would suggest that they are anticipating an indictment next week,” according to the individual acquainted with the preparations.
Trump spokesperson Steven Cheung attacked district attorney Alvin Bragg released a statement, branding his inquiry a “witch hunt” and charging him with working for President Biden and “radical Democrats.”
Even the most extreme, radical left-leaning Democrats are saying that President Donald J. Trump is entirely innocent and did nothing wrong, Cheung added. “Democrats have investigated and attacked President Trump since before he was elected – and they’ve failed every time,” reads a statement from the Democratic Party. “From Russia, Russia, Russia to the Mueller Hoax, to Impeachment Hoaxes 1 and 2, and even the Illegal Mar-a-Lago Raid.”
He claimed that because of a disgraced extortionist, Democrats were now “at it again,” pressing the “Nuclear Button” and attacking the president. There has never been anything more obvious in American political history as it is now since President Trump is leading Democrats and Republicans by a significant margin in the polls.
“Everyone is aware of the fraud. In order to ‘Get Trump’ locally, the Department of Justice actually staffed the district attorney’s office with top DC officials. Americans will not put up with radical left Democrats using our legal system to further their own narrow political goals of influencing a presidential race. This is not going to happen in our nation. This will cause the Democrat Party a great deal of embarrassment and bring shame to our country “Said he.
The lengthy investigation into Trump’s suspected use of hush money in connection with porn star Stormy Daniels is what led to the probable indictment. To keep Daniels from revealing her 2006 affair with Trump, Trump’s then-attorney Michael Cohen handed her $130,000 toward the end of the 2016 presidential campaign. Trump paid Cohen back in instalments.