The Manhattan grand jury involving former President Donald Trump and his role with “hush money” to porn star Stormy Daniels will reportedly go on a month-long hiatus.
According to Politico, a person familiar with the proceedings, has indicated this hiatus was previously scheduled in light of the upcoming holiday.
The hiatus will push back any possible indictment of Trump, that was circulating the news over the past week. The jury is scheduled to convene for a few weeks beginning April 5th and isn’t reported to meet again regarding the Trump case before then.
This will be the second week the grand jury has not heard much evidence on the Trump case.
Last Monday was the last meeting with the National Enquirer publisher David Pecker testifying for the second time.
Trump lawyer Lindsey Halligan told Newsmax that DA Alvin Bragg’s case against Trump is “dead.”
“You can’t twist and torture the law to fit the person. I think they just are trying to keep the case alive — but it looks like the case is dead,” Halligan told Newsmax’s “John Bachman Now.”
“If not, it should be. Bragg needs to wrap this case up, stop focusing on someone who doesn’t even live in New York City, and focus on protecting those living in New York City from the violent crime going on there.”