The day after he dropped the “bomb,” announcing that he would be arrested “Tuesday,” tomorrow, by the Manhattan district attorney’s office, and calling his supporters to protest, Donald Trump announced that he was being persecuted and portrayed himself as a political martyr. But the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, while beefing up security in the city, is sending a clear message to the former president: Threats don’t work.
According to CNN, the former president told his close advisers, “They’re going to press charges against me because Manhattan attorney Alvin Bragg hates me.” “Trump is completely innocent,” his spokesperson, Stephen Cheung, officially clarified. The New York Attorney General’s office is a witch hunt “by a prosecutor controlled by “radical Democrats.” And the Speaker of the House, Republican Kevin McCarthy, was on the same wavelength: “Here we go again. A flagrant abuse of power by a radical attorney general’s office, letting violent criminals go free and instead pursuing a political vendetta against Trump.
The billionaire’s defense has already been widely publicized, however, the 2024 presidential election in the United States will end with the events of the next few hours. What is known – through US media sources – is that meetings were held last week between the city, state and federal law enforcement agencies in New York, regarding security preparations for a possible indictment of Trump, which is unlikely – it seems – for tomorrow. The grave fear in the country is that after the billionaire is called on to take to the streets and protest his arrest, we may witness an insurrection akin to the attack on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021. At the time, Donald had not accepted defeat in the election. Today, he is not accepting a possible indictment related to the payment of former porn star, aka Stormy Daniels, born Stephanie Clifford. And the former president would end up being charged with $130,000 for paying the former stripper, through his attorney Daniel Cohen, to obtain silence after she threatened to reveal their affair while running for the White House. Once elected, Trump reimbursed his lawyers with presidential campaign money.
For this, the shutdown must be turned on. Donald has already announced that he will not refuse to turn himself in to authorities in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, where he resides. Billionaire attorney Joe Tacopina explained that most people would collapse under that weight. Trump seems to be turning everything into a positive and a push for his campaign.”
Martyr or hero, this is the role Donald intends to play for himself, knowing that – even if indicted – he can still run for the White House. Among the Republicans, some retreat from the streets, fearing the danger of revolution. Among them is former Vice President Mike Pence, who was on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6: “Violence will not be tolerated,” he says while acknowledging that the attorney general’s move “looks like the same kind of political persecution” that reminds Russiagate, Investigation into Moscow’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, which Trump won.
Meanwhile, the opposition continues to attack. Nancy Pelosi defines the announcement of the arrest as “reckless,” due to “keeping Trump relevant in the news and stirring up unrest.” But it is, above all, Attorney General Bragg, the first African-American, black, to hold office in Manhattan since 2021, who warned, in a note to his staff, to reassure him: “We will not tolerate attempts at intimidation.” Security is a “priority” and the police will investigate “any identified and credible threat” against the prosecution.
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