Manhattan Trump grand jury set to take month-long hiatus
Manhattan Trump grand jury set to stand for a month: report
- After multiple delays, the Manhattan district attorney’s office announced a ‘scheduled hiatus’ to the grand jury hearing in Trump’s case
- Trump praised the grand jury for ‘not being a rubber stamp’
- No comments from DA Alvin Bragg
The Manhattan grand jury examining former President Donald Trump’s role in silent money payments to Stormy Daniels is not expected to hear evidence in the case next month due to a previously scheduled hiatus, a person says familiar with the procedure, first reported by POLITICS
Taking a lap of honor on Wednesday before a round of golf at Mar-a-Lago, Trump paid tribute to the jury that decided his legal fate.
“I HAVE GAINED SUCH RESPECT FOR THIS GRAND JURY, AND POSSIBLY EVEN THE GRAND JURY SYSTEM AS A WHOLE. THE EVIDENCE IS SO OVERWHELMING IN MY FAVOR, AND SO RIDICULOUSLY BAD FOR THE HIGHLY Partisan AND HATE-FREE DISTRICT ATTORNEY, WHAT THE GRAND JURY SAYS WAIT WE ARE NOT A RUBBER STAMP MOST GRAND JURY ARE MARKED AS WE ARE NOT GOING TO VOTE AGAINST A PREPONDERANCE OF EVIDENCE OR AGAINST A LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS LEGAL ALL SAYING THERE IS NO CASE HERE STOP THIS WITCH HUNT NOW!
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