The former president of the United States, Donald Trump, saying that he is expected to be arrested next week on Tuesday, urged his supporters to start a large-scale protest on Saturday. According to the news agency Xinhua, in a post on Truth Social, the former American president wrote that an ‘illegal leak’ from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office indicates that he will be arrested ‘next week Tuesday.’ Trump called on his supporters to protest, saying,
What is the matter related to Trump?
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is reportedly investigating whether Trump falsified business records regarding allegedly secret payments to an adult film star during the 2016 presidential campaign. Trump’s lawyer has said that he has no plans to participate in the investigation and the Republican, who served as the American president from January 2017 to January 2021, has described the investigation as a witch hunt.
What did Trump’s lawyer say…
According to the information, this case is one of the many cases in which a 76-year-old person is being investigated at this time. This case went forward at the beginning of this month, when Trump was invited to testify before a grand jury. குற்று நுக்கு குக்கு குக்கு குக்கை Trump’s lawyer said that there was no communication from law enforcement (for arrests) and the president’s post was based on media reports. District Attorney ke office nee bhi abhi tak koi comment nahin ki hai.
क्य त्रोमप पर अग्या भियोग?
Trump’s lawyer, Susan Necheles, added to his team, “Because this is a political prosecution, the district attorney’s office is in the habit of leaking everything to the press instead of communicating with Donald Trump’s lawyers. The enforcement officers ne অন্তি তিম্ম সাকা বিন ক্তা ক্তা তা.” Prosecutors are looking forward to Trump’s potential prosecution. अगर अन पर भियोग गाया जाटा है, तो यह किसी पुर्व अमेरिकें रश्ष्ट्राष्ट के लिया गाया पहला करिनिमेल मेल होगा. Trump has vowed to continue his campaign to become the Republican candidate in the 2024 presidential election, even though he has been convicted.