The drama builds.

As we previously reported, Former U.S. President Donald Trump is saying that he anticipates being arrested soon.

The potential charges would come from the “hush money” case involving porn star Stormy Daniels.

Now, Trump is reportedly telling those close to him that if he is arrested, he wants to be brought in while in handcuffs.

Some say that this image or tactic would only strengthen him in the upcoming U.S. Presidential race. The former President has already announced his intentions to run for the office, in hopes of winning the Republican nomination.

Speculation Grows Over Possible Indictment Of Former President Donald Trump
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Trump’s lawyers are reportedly adamant about him surrendering quietly and being arraigned remotely, which was reported upon last weekend.

Security issues are being taken into consideration, thus that is why the District Attorney's Office in New York could recommend that the former president NOT show up if indicted on charges.

Trump's Personal Lawyer Michael Cohen Appears For Court Hearing Related To FBI Raid On His Hotel Room And Office
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If Trump is arrested, he would be the first President in American history to be charged with a crime. But to see him in handcuffs would be an image sketched into modern-day history.

Grand jurors did not come together on Wednesday as scheduled, due to potential security concerns, but they may intervene Thursday to review the case and determine if Trump is to be charged.

We will continue to follow this developing story.


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