George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley provides legal analysis on the potential looming Trump indictment after the grand jury proceedings are delayed for the second consecutive day on 'Special Report.'
Politico altered a controversial headline for a puff piece on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in the midst of accusations that former President Trump will be indicted.
Politico’s original headline, "By-the-book DA confronts unpredictable opponent in Trump," now appears as "Liberal Manhattan DA takes on Trump in perilous legal fight," as flagged by NewsBusters.
The reporter behind the story, Erica Orden, had presented Bragg as a "low-key, politics-averse prosecutor" who is preparing to "take on the brash, mudslinging former president."
Bragg's office is investigating whether Trump was involved in paying hush money to Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign, a charge that Trump has denied.
MANHATTAN DA BRAGG RESPONDS TO HOUSE GOP DOC REQUEST, SAYS TRUMP 'CREATED A FALSE EXPECTATION' OF ARREST
Former President Trump, left, has suggested that Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, right, is set to indict him based on a seven-year-old case involving Stormy Daniels, an adult film star.
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