Donald Trump Told by Manhattan Prosecutors He Will Likely Be Indicted

by Wall Street Rebel - James DiGeorgia | 03/10/2023 9:35 AM
Donald Trump Told by Manhattan Prosecutors He Will Likely Be Indicted

Former Twice Impeached and disgraced President Donald Trump was invited to appear before a Manhattan grand jury next week if he wants to testify. Legal experts report that this strongly indicates that Trump will likely be indicted on criminal charges. 


The New York Times is reporting that the Manhattan district attorney’s office recently informed Donald J. Trump’s lawyers that he could face criminal charges for his role in paying hush money to a porn star Stephanie Clifford who goes by the stage name Stormy Daniels.

This is the strongest indication that prosecutors are nearing a criminal indictment of the former President, according to four people with knowledge of the matter.

However, Michael Cohen, one of Trump’s former lawyers and who will most likely be a key witness in the former President’s prosecution, has hinted that the bribe may not be the only subject of an indictment. Mr. Cohen has met with Manhattan Prosecutors 19 times since they apparently re-opened a criminal investigation into the former President of the United States late last summer.

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The prosecutors offer Mr. Trump the opportunity to testify next week before the grand jury that has been hearing evidence in a potential criminal case that may lead to his indictment. Offers like these by prosecutors almost always indicate an imminent indictment; it would be unusual for the district attorney, Alvin L. Bragg, to notify a potential defendant without ultimately seeking charges against him.

In New York, potential defendants have the right to answer questions in the grand jury before they are indicted, but they rarely testify, and Mr. Trump is likely to decline the offer. His lawyers could also meet privately with the prosecutors in hopes of fending off criminal charges.

Any criminal indictment of Donald J. Trump would mark the first indictment of a former American president in U.S. history and could lead to Trump still winning the 2024 Republican nomination and staying in the presidential race.

It would also elevate Mr. Bragg to the national stage, though not without risk; there’s no guarantee of a criminal conviction.

Trump is facing at least two additional criminal investigations. One in Georgia, by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, deals with whether Mr. Trump and others interfered in the 2020 election. The second, a special counsel, Jack Smith, was appointed by Attorney General Merrick Garland to scrutinize Mr. Trump’s effort to overturn the election results, as well as his “intentional” miss-handling and retention of classified and top-secret documents.

All of this means that Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg could become the first prosecutor to charge Mr. Trump with crimes, but he might not be the last.

The Manhattan inquiry has taken nearly five years to reach this point, centers on a $130,000 payment to the porn star Stormy Daniels in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign. The payment was made by Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s former fixer, whom Mr. Trump from the White House later reimbursed.

After the civil trial brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James, which is scheduled for this September, she could turn around and charge the former President with several felonies and, like Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, use state Rico laws, normally used to prosecute criminal organizations including the Mafia, drug Cartels and even organized gangs.

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