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“Protest, take back our nation”

"Protest, take back our nation"

Former US President Donald Trump has revealed he expects to be arrested in connection with the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation next week and has called for protests from his supporters as police forces order of New York are preparing for a possible indictment.

No President of the United States has been arrested before.

In a social media post on Saturday, March 18, Trump, referring to himself, said “the leading Republican candidate and former President of the United States will be arrested on Tuesday of next week.”

“Protest, take back our nation,” he wrote on Truth Social.

According to reports, several meetings have taken place between New York City, state and federal law enforcement authorities on how to prepare for a possible indictment of Trump.

While Trump in his social media posts didn’t provide any details on why he expects to be charged, his legal team has been anticipating that it will happen soon and has been preparing behind the scenes for the next ones. steps.

Trump is expected to report to Manhattan after the formal charges and has expressed interest in making a speech, according to The Washington Post.

His call for a protest in response to a possible arrest is similar to his final days in office when he repeatedly urged his supporters to reject the results of the 2020 presidential election, culminating in the deadly January 6 attack. 2021 against the US Capitol.

According to CNN, some of Trump’s advisers had privately urged him not to call for protests because it could spiral out of control or look like the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol.

Trump’s US Secret Service detail would deliver him to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office for fingerprinting, then take pictures at the offices of the District Attorney’s detective team. As is customary in cases where an accused is allowed to surrender voluntarily, after the arrest has been processed, the former president would be brought directly before a judge where he will be released.

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