On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump declared that he expects to face arrest due to accusations of paying off a porn star prior the 2016 presidential election. He then proceeded by urging his supporters to take action and demonstrate in response.
On Saturday morning, President Trump posted on his Truth Social account that the former Republican presidential candidate will be taken into custody this Tuesday in Manhattan.
President Trump has declared that he will be taken into custody on Tuesday, March 21st due to claims of financial payoffs made to porn star Stormy Daniels in exchange for her silence about their rumoured romantic association.
Trump called those attempting to take legal action against him “extremely immoral and politically biased,” further asserting that the purported payment of hush money to Stormy Daniels is nothing but a far-fetched legend.
Last week, a grand jury in Manhattan summoned Trump – the presumed 2024 presidential hopeful – to give testimony. Earlier that day, his longtime aide and ex-attorney Michael Cohen was heard under oath by the same court. Should these charges be proven accurate against President Trump, he will go down in history as the first former POTUS to face legal repercussions for criminal activity.
Last Friday, after Trump’s alleged encouragement of his supporters to storm Capitol Hill at the start of 2021, both YouTube and Facebook lifted their bans on his accounts that had been in place since then.
Trump announced his return to Facebook with a post that featured the triumphant declaration “I’m back” and an accompanying clip from his 2016 victory celebration. Jumping ahead, he also used this opportunity to promote his own campaign for president in 2024.