The Manhattan grand jury is not expected to hear the rest of the week in the Trump case. Ex-president’s lawyer responds to delays, saying ‘everyone says case shouldn’t be transferred’
A Manhattan grand jury investigating the $130,000 payment former President Donald Trump made to porn actor Stormy Daniels to keep her from going public is not expected to hear evidence for the rest of the week, sources tell DailyMail.com.
Upon discovering the delay, Trump’s attorney Joe Tacopina is now hoping the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office will reconsider the criminal charges.
Everyone, from left to right, in the middle, say this case is not to be brought up. It shouldn’t because there is no crime at all. The law makes it clear.
“You don’t incriminate a president for the first time in the history of this country on a case that will never make it to the finish line,” Tacopina told WhatsNew2Day.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Former US President Donald Trump speaks during his first campaign rally after announcing his presidential candidacy in the 2024 election at an event in Waco, Texas.
New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg (C) arrives at New York Criminal Court on Tuesday, March 28, 2023
The hush money Donald Trump paid Stormy Daniels is the focus of the Manhattan DA’s investigation
I hope the DA’s office is aware of this and that they will not simply seek to indict President Trump because DA Bragg’s financiers overlook his scalp. It will be the greatest form of injustice and will destroy the rule of law.
The grand jury convened on Monday and heard testimony from David Pecker, a longtime friend of Trump and former CEO of The National Enquirer’s parent company — it was the first time the jury had convened for Trump’s case in a week.
There was no word on when the committee would vote on a possible indictment of the former president, and no vote on any possible criminal charge will take place until next week at the earliest.