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Reuters - May 25, 2021

Manhattan's district attorney has convened a grand jury that is expected to decide whether to indict Donald Trump, which indicates he feels he has evidence of a crime by the former president or someone close to him or by his company, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.

"The panel was convened recently and will sit three days a week for six months," the Post said, citing two unnamed people familiar with the development.

"It is likely to hear several matters — not just the Trump case ­— during the duration of its term, which is longer than a traditional New York state grand-jury assignment, these people said."

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating Trump’s pre-presidency business dealings for more than two years. ...
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