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Former President Donald Trump is still waiting as a Manhattan Grand Jury considers criminal charges in a hush-money scheme.

Jurors have been told to be on standby for tomorrow.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has cancelled grand jury proceedings on Wednesday, delaying a possible indictment vote against Trump.

Sources say the jurors were expected to hear from one final witness regarding a 2016 hush money case.

Typically, there are 23 grand jurors and prosecutors need 12 to agree that there is legally sufficient evidence to show Trump committed the crimes he is being charged with.

The last thing the grand jury heard on Monday was a witness who was damaging to the state’s case in Robert Costello.

Trump has denied the allegations against him and claims the case is politically motivated.

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