Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

The Manhattan investigation into former President Donald Trump and the quest to find something to charge him with has taken nearly five years, and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg revived the efforts when he entered the office last year.

Bragg has faced dissent over the directions of Trump investigations and those views are being aired by his predecessor, Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. in the release of his new book.

Vance had started the tax investigation against Trump, and AP reported that Bragg had decided not to proceed immediately, citing concerns about the strength of the case.

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Pressure to bring the case to court prompted Bragg to move forward and last year he won the tax case against a Trump company.

Bragg has now convened a new grand jury last week in a continuation of the quest to find charges against former President Trump. AP reported that the latest probe focuses on payments Trump allegedly made to two women in 2016, and there are rumors that an arrest will happen on Tuesday.

According to Fox News, a court source reported that a meeting was requested on Thursday but has yet to be scheduled. According to the source familiar with the planning, the purpose of the meeting is to “discuss logistics for some time next week, which would mean that they are anticipating an indictment next week.”

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