Donald Trump Claims He Will Be Arrested On Tuesday, Calls For Protest
Former US President Donald Trump appears to be fearing arrest again. The former President this morning went on yet another rant this morning, suggesting that he will be arrested in a Manhattan District Attorney case on Tuesday.
The rant was posted to Trump’s Truth Social social media platform earlier this morning, in a two part Truth wherein he refers to the United States as a third world country that is dying, while proclaiming “the American dream is dead!”
Referring to himself as “the far & away leading Republican candidate & former President of the United States of America,” he indicates that his arrest is apparently scheduled for Tuesday in relation to a Manhattan DA case.
Rather than indicate why he would be arrested, he instead stated that the “illegal leaks” have identified that “with no crime being able to be proven” he would be arrested by the “corrupt & highly political Manhattan District Attorneys Office.”
As per Reuters, the Manhattan DA earlier this year presented evidence related to a payment made to former porn star Stormy Daniels by Michael Cohen, the former lawyer of Donald Trump. Earlier this month, the DA reportedly invited Trump to testify on the hush money cash, which suggests an indictment related to the case in close.
In a Quinnipiac University national poll released earlier this week, it was estimated that 46% of Republican and Republican-leaning voters would support Donald Trump, while 32% would support Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Nikki Haley came in third place with an estimate 5% support.
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