Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office is gearing up for potential threats over possible indictments of former President Donald Trump.
The District Attorney’s Office has charged Trump with a $130,000 hush fee paid by his attorney, Michael Cohen, to former porn star Stormy Daniels in preparation for the 2016 presidential election, as reported Tuesday. , may be arrested. The former president announced possible indictments on Saturday and called on his supporters to “protest” and “take back the country.”
“We will not tolerate attempts to blackmail our office or threaten the rule of law in New York,” Bragg wrote. e-mail Got Politico. “Our law enforcement partners ensure that specific or credible threats to our offices are fully investigated and appropriate safeguards are in place, ensuring that all 1,600 employees are safe workplaces. Let us have the environment.”
Here is the full email from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to his employees after Trump called in a protest, saying he would not tolerate intimidation. https://t.co/e6fuuYAKpV pic.twitter.com/8X3thHpwmy
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“In the meantime, as with all of our investigations, we will continue to apply the law fairly and fairly and will speak publicly only when appropriate,” the email continued. (Related: ‘Political Circus’: Republican Governor Reacts to Possible Trump Arrest)
Bragg plans to meet with law enforcement to coordinate the logistics of a potential arrest related to the alleged $130,000 payment to Daniels. according to to Fox News.
Many Republicans have accused Mr. Bragg’s office of crafting “politically motivated” indictments against the former president.Former Vice President Mike Pence Said On Sunday, he was “surprised” by the idea of indicting the former president and that the district attorney’s office is working with “radical Democrats.”