House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said he does not want protests or violence if former President Trump is charged or arrested for alleged payments to a porn star.
At a press conference before the start of the annual Republican retreat in the Florida House of Representatives, McCarthy said, “I don’t think people should protest,” as he defended Trump, arguing that Trump, in turn, doesn’t think so. and “speak no harm.”
“We want calm, and I don’t think there should be any violence in response,” he stressed.
And US media have reported that federal and local security agencies are preparing for a possible indictment of former President Donald Trump over his alleged payments to porn star Stormy Daniels.
NBC quoted U.S. officials as saying security officials are conducting a preliminary security assessment and are discussing possible security plans for the area surrounding the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York if Trump is indicted in the Stormy Daniels case and goes to trial.
Officials emphasize that the negotiations between the security forces are a preventive measure, since no charges have yet been filed in court.
Among the agencies participating in the discussions are the New York Police Department, New York State Court officials, the US Secret Service, the FBI’s Joint Counterterrorism Team, and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
Trump is reportedly under investigation for possible fraudulent financial statements related to allegations that Trump’s spokesman paid $130,000 to porn star Stephanie Clifford (known by her pseudonym Stormy Daniels) during his 2016 campaign in exchange for silence about Trump’s relationship with her dates back to 2006.
Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, made his allegations in the case and admitted to making the aforementioned payments to the porn star on Trump’s orders. .”
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