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Former President Donald Trump has claimed that he expects to be arrested on Tuesday in relation to a hush money case being considered by a grand jury in New York.

Although there is currently no evidence of an impending arrest, sources suggest that Trump’s legal team may request the appearance of attorney Robert Costello, former legal advisor to Michael Cohen, to discredit Cohen’s testimony.

The Manhattan district attorney is investigating alleged hush money payments made by Cohen to adult film star Stormy Daniels on Trump’s behalf.

Trump’s legal team has stated that his predictions are based on media reports rather than any communication from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.

Over the weekend, Trump called for a protest and encouraged his supporters to “take our nation back.”

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