Report Claims Trump To Be Indicted Next Week As DA Cancels Wednesday’s Meeting

A new report from the U.K. Daily Mail revealed that former President Trump is expected to be indicted Tuesday.

  • The Manhattan “hush-money” grand jury has been told not to come in on Wednesday, according to two law enforcement officers cited by Business Insider.
  • The jury is weighing charges against former President Donald J. Trump in connection with the Manhattan district attorney’s probe into a 2016 payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
  • Meanwhile, a report out of the U.K. Daily Mail said that the grand jury in Donald Trump’s case is expected to hand over its indictment Wednesday.
  • While Trump originally predicted his arrest for Tuesday, the report claimed a source admitted there will be “no arraignment this week” but that logistics would be worked out between Trump and the Manhattan DA’s office “for his surrender.”
  • “They had their meeting and discussed a whole bunch of stuff about putting extra lighting out there, how they’re going to put more barriers out there, and send their special response teams in,” the source said.
  • “The indictment may happen, but they don’t think Trump comes this week,” the unnamed source continued. “I’m told there’s an additional witness who is going to testify on Wednesday, so if there’s an indictment, it’s not going to happen Wednesday or Thursday, so they think he probably comes next week.”

“The NYPD is going to do what they do when the United Nations comes into town, with stepped-up security. But they don’t even think it’s going to happen this week,” the source said.

  • Earlier this week, a group of Republican House chairmen requested to hear testimony from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg regarding his probe into Trump.
  • The three House Judiciary Chairmen, Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), James Comer (R-Ky.), and Brian Steil (R-Wisc.), cited Trump’s announcement of his presidency bid in 2024 was the reason for their demand for documents and communication about the investigation.
  • The lawmakers asked Bragg to sit for an interview “as soon as possible.”
  • “Your actions will erode confidence in the evenhanded application of justice and unalterably interfere in the course of the 2024 presidential election. In light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision,” Jordan wrote in a letter to Bragg.