"" Donald Trump claims he expects to be arrested regarding the hush money given to Stormy Daniels.

Donald Trump claims he expects to be arrested regarding the hush money given to Stormy Daniels.

Mr. Trump made the assertion on his Truth Social platform but did not back it up with proof that he had been directly notified of impending arrest preparations.


According to "illegal leaks" from the Manhattan district attorney's office, the former US president will be detained on Tuesday. Mr. Trump asserted his Truth Social platform but offered no proof that he had been directly told of an impending arrest. He also omitted to explain how he learned of such intentions. Authorities are ready for Mr. Trump to be perhaps charged as soon as next week.


Donald Trump claims he expects to be arrested regarding the hush money given to Stormy Daniels.


A spokesperson for the former president declined to comment when questioned about Mr. Trump's assertion, and the Manhattan district attorney's office declined.


Alvin Bragg, the district attorney for Manhattan, is reportedly looking into whether payments made to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal in 2016 were illegal under state law. Michael Cohen, a former Trump lawyer, has testified before the grand jury in Manhattan, claiming to have organized payments to the women to silence them about alleged sexual encounters they had with Mr. Trump a decade earlier.


Another reportedly under investigation by Mr. Bragg's office is how Mr. Trump's business paid Mr. Cohen for his services. In 2018, Mr. Cohen was given a three-year sentence after confessing to paying the payments. In addition, he admitted to lying to Congress about the depth of discussions between the Trump Organization and a project to construct a Trump Tower in Moscow. He also admitted to tax evasion.


Mr. Cohen asserted that Mr. Trump gave him the order to pay Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal $280,000 (£230,000), which the former president rejected.



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