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Former President Donald Trump could potentially face a criminal indictment as Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg leads a grand jury probe into alleged hush money payments made on Trump’s behalf during the 2016 campaign.

Trump took to social media over the weekend, claiming that he expects to be arrested on Tuesday and calling on his supporters to protest.

New York City officials have taken precautions, putting up barriers around the courthouse.

A witness was called to testify today in the so-called hush money case, attacking the credibility of the prosecution’s star witness, former Trump fixer Michael Cohen.

Trump’s attorney believes that the former president will be indicted, but neither the district attorney nor Trump’s own legal counsel has been able to confirm whether or not he will be arrested on Tuesday.

If indicted, Trump would be processed like anyone else and would have to agree upon a surrender date with the District Attorney’s office.

However, it is still unclear whether or not an indictment will even occur.

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