BREAKING: Trump Accused of Wanting ‘Violent Clash’

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BREAKING NOW: Michael Cohen, who previously served as ex-President Trump’s attorney and fixer, suggested that his former employer is attempting to incite further violence before a potential arrest next week.

On Saturday, Trump used social media to announce his anticipation of being arrested in connection with a Manhattan District Attorney investigation into an alleged hush-money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in 2016. He also encouraged his followers to “protest” on his behalf.

Cohen spoke with The New York Post on Saturday, stating, “Donald would have no reason to put out the statement unless he has been contacted by the [office of Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg] and advised accordingly.” He added that Trump’s post seemed to mirror his rhetoric before the January 6th insurrection, which included a protest call.

Cohen explained, “By doing so, Donald is hoping to rile his base, witness another violent clash on his behalf, and profit from it by soliciting contributions.”

Following Trump’s surprising statement on Truth Social, a spokesperson for the former president denied that he had received any communication from law enforcement. Instead, they claimed he was reacting to “illegal leaks” suggesting an impending arrest.

The payments amounting to $130,000 were allegedly made to silence Daniels about a supposed affair with Trump in 2006. Trump has consistently denied these claims.

Cohen was responsible for delivering the payments and was later reimbursed by Trump. In 2018, he pled guilty to charges related to the payment and received a three-year prison sentence.

Although Cohen once claimed he would “take a bullet” for Trump, he has become a vocal critic, authoring two books detailing his experiences working for the former president.