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Law enforcement officials in New York are preparing for possible unrest in the event of an indictment against former US President Donald Trump.

A grand jury investigation in New York is investigating a $130,000 hush money payment that Trump allegedly made to porn star Stormy Daniels in the final days of the 2016 presidential election to conceal their relationship.

The potential charges against Trump involve falsifying documents and violating election laws.

Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to federal campaign finance violations and admitted to helping arrange the payment at Trump’s direction.

Attorney Robert Costello, a close ally of the former president, testified to the grand jury on Monday that Cohen had previously told him Trump committed no crime.

The US Secret Service and the NYPD are discussing security measures if Trump is indicted and arraigned in open court, and barricades have been set up outside Manhattan Criminal Court.

Trump claimed over the weekend, without evidence, that he would be arrested, but his own spokesman said he had not received any notice of an impending arrest, and the D.A.

has not commented on the matter.

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