"Peace is that brief glorious moment in history, when everybody stands around reloading" -- Thomas Jefferson

Bidgear ad


Alina Habba, attorney to former President Donald Trump, told Newsmax that if the Manhattan District Attorney's Office indicts Trump on Wednesday, he will take it head on and move forward.

At the same time, when speaking to "Eric Bolling The Balance" on Tuesday, Habba said "a couple of things are gonna happen" if an arrest occurs in New York.

Crowds of Donald Trump's strongest supporters assembled outside the former president's Mar-a-Lago residence Tuesday ahead of his possible indictment.

Palm Beach, Florida, issued notices regarding increased traffic from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time as cowboy hats, American flag suits, and signs reading "Drain the Swamp Vote Trump 2024" could be seen.

President Donald Trump saw another big boost in support amid the rumors of a looming arrest, according to the latest Morning Consult survey.

Trump now has 54 percent support, up from 52 percent last week.

Meanwhile, Trump’s potential competitor Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped two points from 28 percent to 26 percent.

In the last week, support for Trump jumped from +24 to +28, meaning the arrest rumors are just making him stronger.

As Americans wait to find out whether or not former President Donald Trump will be indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has mobilized 700 riot police and set up steel barricades around the Manhattan Criminal Court in anticipation of protests, demonstrations, and general discontent in response to the possible indictment.


A U.S. appeals court is expected to rule shortly on whether Trump attorney Evan Corcoran can appear before a grand jury in Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.

The possibility of an indictment on former President Donald Trump is looming, and his lawyer, Joe Tacopina, is already preparing for a legal battle.

Tacopina declared that an indictment would result in “an all-out war,” during an interview with Kimberly Guilfoyle on Monday. He also assured that Trump would not back down.

A second straight national poll indicates that former President Donald Trump is building a lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the 2024 Republican presidential nomination race heats up.

Trump stands at 41% support among Republican voters questioned in a Monmouth University survey release, with DeSantis at 27%, and everyone else in field of actual and potential field of GOP White House hopefuls in the low single digits.