Trump affirms that this Tuesday he will be accused of 33 charges

Former United States President Donald Trump 
Former U.S. President Donald Trump greets fans as he arrives before the finals of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S. March 18, 2023. Brett Rojo/USA TODAY Sports via REUTERS

Former United States President Donald Trump assured that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, in charge of his indictment, will indict him on Tuesday for a total of 33 charges.

Trump pointed out that the prosecutor has “illegally leaked the 33 points of the indictment”, which he has described as “pathetic”, according to a series of messages published on his social network Truth Social.

The ex-president lashed out again at Bragg, whom he proposed to accuse himself “if he really wants to clean up his reputation.” “Bragg should resign now,” he reiterated.

He also noted that “there are no changes or surprises” regarding the accusations that the prosecutor reported directly to the grand jury, and stressed that “there is no crime” on his part.

In the last hours, Trump arrived in New York, where this Tuesday he is scheduled to appear before a court in Manhattan regarding the case of alleged bribery of the porn actress Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels.

Trump was indicted Thursday for the possible secret payment of $130,000 to Clifford by former president Michael Cohen’s former lawyer. Trump has thus become the first former US president to be charged, which could end his aspirations to return to the White House in the elections scheduled for 2024.

The former president published a statement after his impeachment in which he denounced “political persecution and electoral interference.” “This has never been done before in the history of our nation,” he reproached, while accusing “the Democrats of the radical left” of “a witch hunt to destroy the ‘Make America Great Again’ movement” and influenced that he is “a completely innocent person.”