Manhattan DA’s Office Cancels Wednesday’s Grand Jury Meeting In Possible Trump Indictment

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Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office has canceled the grand jury meeting that was slated to take place on Wednesday for the possible indictment of former President Trump, according to two sources familiar with Fox News.  The indictment charges stem from a payment to adult star Stormy Daniels by Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen at the end of the 2016 presidential campaign.  Sources said the grand jury was notified of the cancelation and placed “on standby” until Thursday.  Due to “major dissension” within the DA’s office and the “weakness” of Bragg’s case, the grand jury was not convinced of the potential charges, one source reported.  The chance remains that Bragg does not choose to follow through with indicting Trump.