Donald Trump, the former president, is awaiting a potential indictment in New York City. Trump is anticipated to turn himself in to be arrested and charged if an arrest warrant is confirmed.

Supporters of former US President Donald Trump gathered in front of his Mar-a-Lago club to show their solidarity. His followers have also criticized the Manhattan District Attorney’s probe as being “politically motivated.”

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In regards to hush-money payments made in former President Donald Trump’s favor during his 2016 campaign, a Manhattan grand jury is still debating whether or not to arrest him. Trump and his legal team are still awaiting word from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office regarding any potential criminal charges.

Because it is unprecedented to take a former president into custody, his legal team will collaborate closely with the Secret Service, NYPD, and other law enforcement agencies to facilitate a seamless transfer from Florida to New York.

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His ardent supporters have promised to demonstrate their support and enthusiasm for Trump as the United States prepares for the announcement that is anticipated to cause ripples around the world.

At least seven pickup trucks and Jeeps with their passengers carrying several banners honoring the president drove up in front of Mar-a-Lago. You can watch a video of the same here:

Hank Williams Jr.’s “A Country Boy Can Survive” was playing in the background as a supporter who declined to provide his name turned on the vintage rock and country music on the speakers of his jacked-up vehicle.

The largest flag in the protest had Trump’s happy face and the phrase “Trust the plan” written across it. Other flags displayed the slogans “Save America,” “Let’s go, Brandon,” and “Trump 2024.”

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On Wednesday, the Manhattan grand jury will reconvene to hear further witnesses.