“Trump Grand Jury Investigation Takes Final Turn as Key Witnesses Testify – Indictment Looms Over Republicans”

New York City, NY – Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to President Trump, testified before a grand jury today in relation to the hush money scheme that implicated the president. Cohen has been serving time in prison for his involvement in paying off two women who alleged they had affairs with Trump.

Trump’s lawyers, on the other hand, announced that the president will not be testifying before the same grand jury. “It’s just a circus,” said Jay Sekulow, one of Trump’s lawyers.

Speculation about a looming Trump indictment has been circulating for several months now, and it seems likely that charges will be filed against the president once his term ends. Experts predict that an indictment wouldn’t necessarily mean that Trump would be removed from office, but it could significantly weaken his political standing.

If Trump is indicted, it could put Republicans in a difficult position, as they would have to decide whether to publicly defend the president or distance themselves from him. Some GOP officials have already made their opinions known, with some calling for Trump to resign if he is indicted.

Regardless of the outcome, the investigation into the president’s alleged wrongdoing has entered its final phase. Key witnesses, including Cohen, have testified before the grand jury, and it is expected that more developments will be coming in the weeks and months ahead.