The District Attorney of Manhattan, Alvin Bragg, sent an email to his staff stating that his office “will not tolerate attempts at intimidation or threats to the rule of law in New York.” Bragg, reads the email viewed by Politico magazine, says his office is coordinating with the New York City Police Department and the court to “ensure that any specific or credible threat is thoroughly investigated.”
The reference is to the words spoken yesterday by former US President Donald Trump, who said he expected to be arrested next week in connection with investigations conducted by the prosecutor into alleged financial crimes. In a post on the “Truth” platform, Trump, referring to himself, said that “the leading Republican candidate and former US president will be arrested on Tuesday next week”. The former head of state then incited his supporters to protest. “Protest, take back our nation,” he wrote.
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