NY grand jury appeared to be nearing completion of its investigation in the Trump case
While law enforcement authorities get ready for potential unrest in the case of an indictment, a New York grand jury looking into Donald Trump over a hush money payment to a porn actress looks to be close to finishing its investigation. Trump said over the weekend that he would be detained on Tuesday without providing any supporting proof, and his staff subsequently clarified that he was referring to media rumors and leaks.
There was no indication that prediction would come to pass, but the grand jury did seem to advance matters by hearing from a Trump-friendly witness on Monday. This was likely done so that the prosecution could make sure the panel had a chance to consider any testimony that might even remotely be construed as exculpatory. It was unclear what would happen next in a secret grand jury proceeding, and it was also unknown if further witnesses may be called. But, a city wary of the disturbance by Trump supporters at the U.S.
Trump withholds gifts totaling $250,000
According to a partisan democratic Congressional committee report, former US President Donald Trump failed to disclose gifts worth USD 250,000 given to the First Family by foreign leaders, including USD 47,000 in gifts from Indian leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the then-President Ram Nath Kovind, and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath.
The paper is headed "The Trump administration's Refusal to Declare Significant Foreign Gifts: Saudi Swords, Indian Gold, and a Larger-than-Life Salvadoran Picture of Donald Trump."