The White House indicated this Sunday that it is monitoring the emergence of possible protests in the event that Donald Trump is arrested this Tuesday, as the former Republican president (2017-2021) assured on Saturday.

“We always control the situation as best we can. And obviously we don’t want there to be violence, certainly not to the extreme of what we saw on January 6” of 2021, one of the spokesmen for the US Presidency said on Fox, John Kirby.

Trump is being investigated by the New York Prosecutor’s Office for paying $130,000 to the porn star Stormy Daniels to allegedly silence a sexual relationship and he assured this Saturday that he will be arrested on Tuesday in the framework of those investigations.

His message urged protest and used rhetoric reminiscent of the one he used in the days before the assault on the Capitol, when he had also called on his supporters to demonstrate against the results of the elections in which he was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden. .

“We are monitoring this and of course we will monitor it closely,” Kirby said of these possible protests, stressing that they work “hand in hand” with local and state authorities throughout the country.

Trump based his information on “illegal leaks from a corrupt and highly politicized Manhattan prosecutor’s office that has enabled new records for violent crime to be set and whose leader is financed by (billionaire) George Soros.”

The investigation, which has spanned nearly 5 years, covers hush money to Daniels during Trump’s 2016 election campaign and appears to center on the Trump Organization’s falsification of business records over how the refund was included in the former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, who said he advanced the money to the woman.

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