Trump probe: law enforcement don’t expect arraignment until next week, virtual option off the table
The ongoing investigation into former President Donald Trump's business dealings has been making headlines for weeks now. However, it seems that the arraignment of Trump is not expected to happen until next week, according to law enforcement officials. The investigation, which is being led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., is looking into whether Trump and his company, the Trump Organization, committed financial crimes. The probe is focused on Trump's tax returns, as well as his business dealings with foreign entities. While the investigation has been ongoing for some time, it has recently picked up steam. Last week, the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, was indicted on charges of tax fraud and grand larceny. Weisselberg has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Despite the recent developments in the investigation, law enforcement officials do not expect Trump to be arraigned until next week. This is due in part to the fact that Trump's lawyers have been negotiating with prosecutors over the terms of his surrender. One option that has been off the table is a virtual arraignment. Due to the high-profile nature of the case, there had been some speculation that Trump might be arraigned via video conference. However, law enforcement officials have stated that this is not an option. Instead, Trump will have to appear in person at the courthouse for his arraignment. This is likely to draw a large crowd of supporters and protesters, as well as media attention from around the world. The arraignment is expected to be a major event, with legal experts predicting that it could be the first step in a long legal battle for Trump. If he is found guilty of any charges, it could have serious implications for his political future, as well as his business empire. Overall, the ongoing investigation into Trump's business dealings is a major story that is likely to continue to dominate the news cycle for some time. While the arraignment may not happen until next week, it is sure to be a major event that will be closely watched by people around the world.