Trump Indictment CANCELLED? “Weak Case”

Grand Jury proceedings related to Donald Trump, previously slotted for Wednesday have been canceled.


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Grand Jury proceedings related to Donald Trump, previously slotted for Wednesday have been canceled.

The Grand Jury was scheduled to hear from at least one additional witness today but was canceled by the office of Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg.


The Grand Jury was made aware on the day of the cancelation. Bragg’s office refused to make comment when questioned by Fox News.

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According to Insider, it is unlikely that there will be any more meetings this week at all. In contrast, the New York Times desperately reports that Thursday the soonest an indictment will come.

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Fox News sources indicate that there is major conflict or “dissension” within the district attorney’s office because the case is apparently weak.

Trump has allegedly not been notified at this time whether or not Bragg actually intends to push charges against him.

Bragg initially halted investigations indefinitely against the former President when he became district attorney in early 2022. This information came to light via a high-ranking former prosecutor who resigned.

Investigations ramped back up just as the 45th commander-in-chief announced his 2024 presidential bid.

Many believe the Grand Jury investigation is nothing more than a politically motivated witch hunt mounted by the former president’s opponents.

Prosecutors claim that a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniel’s was a campaign expenditure not permitted by law, though it appears there is difficulty in proving this.

Trump initially predicted that his own arrest would happen on Tuesday after an anticipated indictment. He called for his supporters to protest of the arrest took place.

Levying charges against a former President is a dangerous game. Using prosecutorial action to knock out politicians can come with grave consequences.

The foundation for such action must be rooted in solid ground, though it would appear this case may be at least somewhat shaky.

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