Trump Expects to Be Arrested Tuesday Following ‘Illegal Leaks’ From Daniels Probe by Manhattan DA

Former President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)InternationalIndiaAfricaBeing updatedThe Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has spent five years investigating alleged payments made by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to an adult film actress to keep her quiet over an alleged affair. Donald Trump has denied making the payments and dismissed the claims, and cited the probe as evidence of the Democrats’ “witch-hunt” against him.Former president Donald Trump expects to be arrested Tuesday amid the Manhattan DA Office’s investigation against him, and encouraged his supporters to protest.”Now illegal leaks from a corrupt and highly political Manhattan District Attorneys Office, which has allowed new records to be set in violent crime and whose leader is funded by George Soros, indicate that, with no crime being able to be proven, and based on an old and fully debunked (by numerous other prosecutors!) fairy tail, the far and away leading Republican candidate and former president of the United States of America, will be arrested on Tuesday of next week. Protest, take our nation back!” Trump wrote in an all-caps post on Truth Social on Saturday.The “illegal leaks” referred to by Trump relate to reports that Trump could face a grand jury indictment over the hush money allegedly paid to porn star Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 election.Trump has vocally denied any wrongdoing, saying he never slept with “Horseface Daniels,” and has accused Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg of going after him instead of taking on violent crime in New York City.”Working closely with the Weaponized Justice Department, this is a continuation of the Greatest Witch Hunt of all time. They long ago missed the Statute of Limitations, and I recently won big money against ‘Stormy’ in the 9th Circuit – NEVER HAD AN AFFAIR. This is old news,” Trump wrote in January.


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