Donald Trump might get arrested on Wednesday
Former U.S. President Donald Trump was widely expected to face charges related to his lawsuit against adult film actress Stormy Daniels on Tuesday. For paying her $130,000 in ‘hush money’ to keep quiet about their romance, he will be prosecuted and compelled to testify in court. Fox News claimed on Monday that he wouldn’t be indicted until the following week because a court in New York State needed more time to question another witness. It wasn’t until next week that a new story said Trump would really be detained. The Daily Mail reports that Trump will be indicted on Wednesday but won’t appear in court until the following week.
Where is Donald Trump at this moment?
While former president Donald Trump is visiting his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida, the state government of New York is keeping a tight check on him. His attorney said the ex-president is sad and disappointed rather than enraged. The Daily Mail has a person close to the former president who spoke with them. They said the arraignment wouldn’t happen until next week, but once the last witness testifies on Wednesday, he’ll be indicted without a doubt. In order to discuss the specifics of the former President’s surrender, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office plans to contact his Secret Service protection team. Thereafter, he’ll take a flight to New York City for his arraignment, fingerprinting, and mug picture.
Supporters of Donald Trump have been demonstrating since Monday.
Yes, the mug photo of former President Trump will be released next week. Many of Trump’s supporters have demonstrated in response to the arrest after hearing the news from Trump himself. Since early Tuesday morning, both the New York City Police Department and the Metro Police Department have been operating at maximum capacity. They fortified key areas of the city with barricades in anticipation of civil upheaval. The same thing is happening in Washington D.C., with many people taking to the streets to voice their disapproval. Since Monday afternoon, all threats to law enforcement have been screened out and dealt with.