Trump says Manhattan DA’s office is in ‘total disarray’

MWX6KJ U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a change of command ceremony at Coast Guard Headquarters June 1, 2018 in Washington, D.C. During the ceremony Adm. Karl Schultz relieved Adm. Paul Zukunft to become the 26th commandant of the Coast Guard.

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Despite various claims that President Donald Trump could be arrested soon, an indictment has yet to be ordered. 

According to The Post Millennial, the Grand Jury for the case has been released until next week. 

This comes after rumors swirled that the indictment would be carried out Tuesday, per RSBN. Then the decision was delayed to Wednesday, via RSBN, and again pushed back to Thursday, according to Fox News.

Now, with yet another delay, the case is looking less likely to stand. Meanwhile, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is facing intense scrutiny over the situation.  

President Trump has maintained his innocence and posted about these delays in the case on Truth Social, Thursday. He stated, “Total disarray in the Manhattan D.A.’s office. Tremendous dissension and chaos because they have NO CASE.”

Whether an indictment will take place next week is unclear, but President Trump continues to lead in election polls and will host his first 2024 campaign rally in Texas on Saturday, per RSBN. A large turnout is expected to display the people’s support of him regardless of the alleged charges. 

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