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New Timeline For Trump Arrest Emerges


Well Tuesday and come and gone and Donald Trump has not been arrested, much to the dismay of liberal leftists of social media who’ve been crowing about the possibility for days.

No, Trump was not perp-walked out of Mar-a-Lago, and he didn’t fire up “Trump Force One” and glide into LaGuardia  in complicit defiance.

Actually, nothing at all really happened except for the installation of some bike racks around the courthouse and a bit of NYPD security theater.

The reason?  A revamped timeline for the indictment could be the answer.

Donald Trump will likely be indicted on Wednesday but won’t appear before a judge in New York until next week, has learned.

‘There will be no arraignment this week,’ a source familiar with the proceedings told exclusively on Tuesday.

The former president, who is currently in Florida, is expected to be formally charged tomorrow, after which the Manhattan District Attorney’s office will reach out to Trump and his Secret Service detail to make arrangements for his surrender, according to the insider.

Meanwhile, authorities were beginning to huddle.

Officials in New York City and Washington, D.C., are preparing for possible unrest and demonstrations following the former president’s plea to his supporters to ‘protest, protest, protest’ in response to a potential indictment handed down by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg over hush money payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Trump has called for his supporters to protest his looming indictment, but thus far no major demonstrations have taken place.

That could all change Wednesday.

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