According to a new report from The New York Times the Manhattan Grand Jury convened by far-left DA Alvin Bragg, which was widely expected to meet today for a likely indictment of the former President, won’t be meeting on Wednesday at all.
Since Saturday, when the former president, without any direct information, stated on his social media platform that he would be arrested on Tuesday.
Criminal charges against Mr. Trump have been the subject of intensely heated anticipation.
The grand jury, which only meets in the afternoons, listened to testimony from a witness on Monday that lasted until almost 5 o’clock, which left very little time for anything else.
According to those who are familiar with the situation and have knowledge of the grand jury proceedings, the panel convenes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays and may be asked to vote after hearing from at least one more witness.
It is unknown if other witnesses will be able to testify as the procedure will take place in private.
It is not obvious why the grand jury did not meet on Wednesday; however, it is not mandatory for the panel to meet on all three days of each week, and it is not unusual for the panel to be interrupted by scheduling difficulties or other issues.
Thus the earliest the jury is likely to vote on a Trump indictment is now Thursday.
This story is developing…
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