Trump’s grand jury to take a planned one-month “hiatus.”
Trump indictment decision delayed AGAIN as Manhattan grand jury weighs indictments and enters “planned month-long hiatus.”
- After several delays, the Manhattan Attorney’s Office announced a “planned hiatus.”
- It’s the latest delay after weeks of back-and-forth and political tournaments
- Many say prosecutor Alvin Bragg has no case and the investigation is malicious
The Manhattan grand jury’s decision on whether or not to indict former President Donald Trump will take another month, delaying the sluggish case even further.;
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg referred the case to a grand jury earlier this month in hopes of indicting Trump on campaign finance violations.
They have been tasked with investigating whether Trump broke the law when his attorney Michael Cohen gave porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 to hush up claims she slept with Trump in 2016.
It was meant to remain a secret so the jury could examine the evidence at their leisure.
However, on March 13, Trump predicted his own arrest, sending New York City into an uproar.
Since then there have been protests and peacekeepers outside the downtown courthouse where the jury is called, along with a huge press pack to follow who was called to testify.
Donald Trump on the golf course today. He insists he’s innocent — and that Manhattan Attorney Alvin Bragg is motivated by political bias against it
Trump today at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach
Trump’s golf pal, who he was spotted with last week, was back on the green with him today
NYPD employees remove barricades outside the courthouse where a grand jury was deliberating indictments against Donald Trump
The NYPD clears barricades outside the courthouse on Wednesday. An NYPD spokesman did not comment on why they were removed
Today, Politico reports that the grand jury will not hear evidence for another as part of a “planned break.”
Trump, spotted at a West Palm Beach golf course this morning, has yet to respond to the recent delay.
He previously held up the jury for taking their time by writing on Truth Social:
The grand jury usually meets on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
But they are not meeting today and tomorrow they will hear details of another case.
They will also not hear evidence on Trump’s case tomorrow, when the jury will go on a planned “rest” that has been scheduled since January.
The Manhattan Attorney’s office did not immediately respond to inquiries Wednesday afternoon.
Former editor of the National Enquirer David Pecker (far right) is shown trying to hide from the press as he testified leaving the Lefkowitz State Office Building Monday
Kellyanne Conway, one of Trump’s closest advisers, spoke to prosecutors on March 8
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has been widely criticized for his handling of the case. Many say it has no legs and is fueled by its own political hatred of Trump
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