An investigation into Donald Trump’s business practices is reportedly starting to fizzle out as a special grand jury stops hearing potential evidence in the probe. New reports reveal that the special grand jury is set to conclude at the end of the week and will not be extended.
According to sources close to the matter, grand jurors stopped hearing evidence when Alvin Bragg became district attorney in Manhattan in January.
The New York Times reported the development is just one of the signs Trump will not be indicted in Manhattan in the foreseeable future – if at all.
Three of the witnesses who were once considered key to the case have not been contacted by the district attorney in months or have not been asked to testify, sources told the Times. The sources also said a prosecutor, who had been concentrating on the investigation, has stopped focusing on it.
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