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New York and Georgia continue to be the focus of legal troubles for former President Donald Trump.

In New York, a probe is ongoing regarding alleged hush money payments made in 2016 involving Trump and Stormy Daniels.

Although NBC reported earlier today that new developments may not come until tomorrow, protesters are already gathering outside the Manhattan DA’s office in anticipation.

In Washington D.C., police are also preparing for possible protests in the event of an indictment.

Meanwhile, in Georgia, Trump’s attorneys are attempting to block investigations into possible crimes related to the 2020 presidential election.

They have filed a motion requesting that a special purpose Grand Jury’s investigative report be tossed out, that prosecutors be stopped from using the evidence gathered, and that a different judge hear the motion.

Former U.S District Attorney Michael Moore suggests that this may be a strategy to attack the prosecutor and police, as experts predict that criminal indictments will likely follow eventually.

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