Source: Cristina Laila
Law enforcement officials in Palm Beach County, Florida are preparing for the real possibility that crooked Manhattan DA Cy Vance may indict Trump while he’s at Mar-a-Lago, according to far-left Politico.
Two officials told Politico Playbook that there could be “thorny extradition issues” because Governor DeSantis, a staunch Trump ally, has the power to intervene.
It just so happens that Joe Abruzzo, a former close associate of Joe Biden’s crooked brother, Frank is in charge of opening a “fugitive-at-large” case in Florida.
“The statute leaves room for interpretation that the governor has the power to order a review and potentially not comply with the extradition notice,” Abruzzo told Politico.
Abruzzo also said that despite his cozy relationship with the Bidens, “the full extent of the law will be followed and carried out appropriately, without bias.”
President Trump however left his South Florida compound for the summer months and relocated to his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club.
If Trump is indicted over the summer while he is in New Jersey, Democrat Governor Phil Murphy will not likely intervene to protect Trump.
New York prosecutors, led by crooked Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., are investigating loans that Donald Trump took out for his Manhattan properties.
Cy Vance previously launched an investigation into the Trump Organization for alleged ‘insurance and bank fraud’ connected to Trump’s accounting firm, Mazars USA.