A Manhattan grand jury to consider whether to indict former President Donald Trump is scheduled to reconvene on Monday.
Jurors are scheduled to meet Monday afternoon at City Hall in Lower Manhattan, where they’ve been assembled since the investigation began, but it’s unclear if additional witnesses will be heard or deliberations will begin.
The committee reportedly accused Trump of falsifying business records related to hush money payments made by former Trump fixer Michael Cohen to porn star Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 presidential election. We are considering whether to attack.
A number of news reports over the past week suggested Trump could be indicted, with the former president himself writing on social media that he expected to be arrested.
But the grand jury unexpectedly hit the brakes after hearing from a witness for Trump last Monday.
The commission then did not meet Wednesday and did not hear evidence in the Trump case scheduled for Thursday.
Sources told The Washington Post last week that district attorney Alvin Bragg may be concerned about the strength of the case after hearing from Trump witness and attorney Bob Costello. rice field.
A spokesperson for the Manhattan Attorney’s Office denied that.
Trump, meanwhile, has been ranting and attacking Bragg on his social media platform Truth Social, once calling him a “Soros-backed animal.”
“This is not the legal system. This is the Gestapo. This is Russia and China, but it’s worse. Shame! Trump outraged in a post Thursday.
In a separate post on Friday, Trump shared an image of himself holding a baseball bat next to an image of Bragg.