Trump-Manhattan DA: Grand jury wraps Monday proceedings with no vote in Trump probe
The ongoing investigation into former President Donald Trump's financial dealings has taken another turn as the grand jury proceedings wrapped up on Monday with no vote on whether to indict Trump or anyone else in the case. The Manhattan District Attorney's office has been investigating Trump's business practices for several years, focusing on allegations of tax fraud, insurance fraud, and other financial crimes. The grand jury, which has been hearing evidence in the case for several months, was expected to vote on whether to indict Trump or others in the coming days. However, sources close to the investigation have now revealed that the grand jury has concluded its proceedings without reaching a decision. It is not clear why the grand jury did not vote, or whether they will reconvene at a later date to continue their deliberations. The news comes as a blow to those who have been hoping for a swift resolution to the investigation. Many Democrats and Trump critics have been calling for the former president to be held accountable for his alleged financial crimes, and have been eagerly awaiting the grand jury's decision. However, it is important to note that the lack of a vote does not necessarily mean that the investigation is over. The grand jury could still reconvene at a later date, or the district attorney's office could decide to pursue charges without a grand jury indictment. In any case, the investigation is likely to continue for some time, and it remains to be seen what the ultimate outcome will be. Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, and has accused the investigation of being politically motivated. Regardless of the outcome, the investigation has already had a significant impact on Trump's political career. The allegations of financial impropriety have tarnished his reputation and damaged his standing among many voters. Whether or not he is ultimately charged with a crime, the investigation is likely to continue to cast a shadow over his legacy for years to come.