Stormy Daniels Reportedly Met With Manhattan DA And Prosecutors Today As Probable Trump Indictment Looms

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Multiple recent developments coming out of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s investigation into the infamous Trump/Stormy Daniels hush money payments have indicated that an official felony indictment against the scandal-ridden, corrupt former president is actively in the works and will soon be formally lodged against Donald Trump in the very near future.

Now, it seems that probable indictment is closer than ever as breaking reports now confirm that adult film star and alleged former Trump affair partner, Stormy Daniels herself, met with the Manhattan District Attorney, as well as several of his prosecutors with his office today in connection to the hush money payments that scandal-ridden ex-President Donald Trump allegedly made to Daniels, through his then-personal attorney and self-described “fixer,” Michael Cohen, in an effort to buy Stormy’s silence just weeks before the 2016 presidential election that Trump would go on to win.

The news of Stormy Daniels’ meeting with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and prosecutors with his office was first broken and reported on by U.S. court correspondent Marta Dhanis.

In a tweet posted this afternoon, Dhanis wrote, “Stormy Daniels met today with the Manhattan DA and his prosecutors as part of their probe into Trump’s role in the hush money payment to the porn star. This was their first meeting and she may now testify before the grand jury.”

The news has since been corroborated by multiple outlets, including the New York Times and The Associated Press.

Daniels personally spoke with AP News and confirmed her meeting with the DA and prosecutors today. The AP further confirms that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen was seen leaving the DA’s office this afternoon following what he expected to be his final day of testimony. Cohen stated that he intends to continue to provide Manhattan prosecutors “any information and any cooperation that they need.”

“This is not about him. This is about holding accountability, truth to power, and everything else in between,” Cohen stated.

Former President Trump has not yet been charged with any crimes in this matter.

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