According to a new report from The Daily Mail, 45th President Donald Trump will likely be indicted tomorrow, however, he will not appear before a judge until next week.
Sources told The Daily Mail that ‘There will be no arraignment this week” but that the president and his team will work with the district attorney’s office to appear before a judge in New York next week.
Following the announcement of the indictment, Trump will have to fly to Manhattan to get fingerprinted and have his mug shot taken.
In response to this news, the New York Police Department has taken drastic measures.
As previously reported by the DC Enquirer, New York has mobilized 700 Riot gear-clad NYPD officers and erected security barricades and surveillance cameras outside of the Manhattan Criminal Court and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office
According to Todd Starnes, NYPD has reportedly mobilized 700 riot police in preparation for expected protests in response to the alleged upcoming arrest of the 45th President of the United States. NBC4 New York reported that several agencies in addition to NYPD such as the United States Secret Service and the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force are collaborating on increased security measures.
“The NYPD’s state of readiness remains a constant at all times, for all contingencies. Our communications and coordination with our partners in government and in law enforcement are fundamental tenets of our commitment to public safety.”
A source reportedly told The Daily Mail, “It’s a major security undertaking because you don’t know how many people will be there. We need to be prepared for anything.”
Despite the massive preparedness of the NYPD in anticipation of the indictment, a protest held on Monday was peaceful.
The protest, held by the New York Young Republicans Club, was successful in ensuring that conservatives had their voices heard, in person, in Manhattan.
“We successfully held a peaceful rally for President Donald J. Trump today in lower Manhattan,” the group wrote on Twitter. “Despite the threat of violence and the media salivating over a chance of J6 2.0 we have proven that if you can protest in support of Trump here, you can anywhere. We stand with Trump today and everyday.”
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