Justice Department won’t decide on charging Trump until after midterm elections: report
Federal prosecutors plan to abide by the traditional unwritten edict not to take any decision or make any public announcement during the two months leading up to a major election, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.
Any possible Trump indictment by DOJ would 'likely' not come before November election: report
As the news almost daily brings new allegations of possible wrongdoing or even criminal activity by Donald Trump and his associates, Attorney General Merrick Garland is likely deciding whether or not the Dept. of Justice should indict the former president. But if the answer, seemingly obvious to man...
Any Trump Charges Will Likely Wait Until After Midterms
“Federal prosecutors are likely to wait until after the November election to announce any charges against Donald Trump, if they determine he broke laws, according to people familiar,” Bloomberg reports.“Under long-standing department policy, prosecutors are barred from taking investigative steps or filing charges for the purpose of affecting an election or helping a candidate or party, traditionally 60 days before an election. This year, that wo…