British citizen journalist Eliot Higgins released a few AI-Generated photos that depict the former US president being hauled by US police as rumors about Donald Trump’s arrest in the hush money case are rampant.
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In one image, the police officers pursuing Trump trip him up and seize him. The other demonstrates his efforts to thwart the arrest.
Making pictures of Trump being arrested while waiting for Trump’s arrest, according to Higgins’ caption for the images. The images have already generated a lot of talk online.
Donald Trump, a former US president, may face charges related to his alleged role in providing hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels, who said they had an affair in 2006.
Daniels was reportedly paid $130,000 by Trump’s team, including his then-attorney Michael Cohen, to be silent during the 2016 election. The payment, however, was listed as legal expenses, which according to the prosecution amounted to fabricating business documents and might be against campaign funding regulations. Even though fabricating documents to hide a crime is illegal, politicians have previously been accused of similar misdeeds without success.
Trump has denied the affair occurred, and some in his social circle have said Cohen acted independently.
In the meantime, a New York grand jury was scheduled to continue its secretive inquiry on Wednesday into whether Donald Trump paid a porn star illegally, which may result in the first-ever criminal charges against a U.S. president. Every Monday and Wednesday, the panel meets to discuss the evidence.
Will the situation impact Trump’s bid in 2024?
According to legal professionals, being accused does not violate any constitutional constraints that would prevent someone from becoming president. If former President Donald Trump were to be charged, it might benefit him by increasing the amount of support from his ardent supporters who might consider it as proof of his “war with the swamp.” The indictment might increase his notoriety and give him the aura of martyrdom he desires.