To describe former president Trump’s one-term administration as erratic and corrupt would be an enormous understatement — but only depending on who you talk to. The country remains split down the middle on the subject. Half of our citizens believe he did the best job ever, while the other half (rightly) believes that he belongs in handcuffs. Will he ever be arrested? Some scholars say it’s looking like that will be the case.
More than a month ago, former Watergate lawyer John Dean wrote, “From personal experience as a key witness I assure you that you do not visit a prosecutor’s office 7 times if they are not planning to indict those about whom you have knowledge. It is only a matter of how many days until DA Vance indicts Donald & Co.”
Manhattan prosecutor Cyrus Vance is investigating whether or not Trump committed crimes related to tax and finance while residing in New York. Dean was referring to the fact that Vance was visited seven times by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen. To date, Trump has not been charged or arrested. And importantly, current president Biden has shown little interest in hunting him down or starting new investigations. Those that are ongoing are state initiatives that have nothing to do with the federal government.
Trump currently faces dozens of lawsuits from every corner of the country and no fewer than three criminal investigations, all of which are expected to bear (rotten) fruit.
Vance recently requested and received a mountain of documentation from former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg. In other words, don’t assume that the investigation is going nowhere simply because of how long it’s taking — it might just be that Vance is dotting every I and crossing every T.
The Daily News recently reported: “…Asked about the time [Weisselberg] found himself ‘eavesdropping’ on a discussion among Trump lawyers about the alleged illegality of marketing Trump’s for-profit school as a ‘university’ in New York, Weisselberg said he didn’t delve deeper.”