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Donald Trump claimed that he expects to be arrested

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The former US president accuses a "corrupt" judiciary in a sibylline statement on Social Truth. He might face charges in the Stormy Daniels matter.

"Take back your nation! Former US President Donald Trump claims that he will be "arrested on Tuesday" and urges Americans to "resist" in a statement posted this Saturday on the Truth Social network. In addition, he criticises the "corrupt" and "highly political" New York legal system.

The former American president writes in capital letters, citing a "leak" from the State of New York prosecutor's office for the district of Manhattan: "The candidate of the Republican Party very far ahead (his rivals in the primary) and former President of the United States of America is going to be arrested on Tuesday of next week. Retake our country by protesting!

Will Trump soon face charges?

Trump is most likely alluding to the situation of Stormy Daniel, a porn star to whom he is believed to have paid a sizable sum of money to prevent her from speaking out about an alleged affair she supposedly had with the business magnate.

In this stage of the investigation, which is being overseen by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, an elected Democratic magistrate, there have been increasing indications and rumours that the former head of state may be indicted on criminal charges by a grand jury, a group of citizens with broad investigative authority who ratify indictments. A former US president would be a first in this regard.

Joseph Tacopina, one of Donald Trump's attorneys, informed the media that if his client were to be prosecuted, he "would go" to New York justice.

The Manhattan prosecutor's office reportedly invited Donald Trump to testify before this grand jury, possibly a hint that prosecutors want to charge the former president, according to the New York Times and the Washington Post.

The New York Times reports that a potential indictment might be related to accounting irregularities or rules governing campaign funding in relation to the payment made to Stormy Daniels. In the inquiry into a nondisclosure agreement, Michael Cohen, formerly Donald Trump's personal attorney and currently one of his biggest adversaries, testified before a grand jury on Monday.


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