Donald Trump is expected to surrender shortly after being indicted.

Donald Trump, the former president, is anticipated to surrender in the next few days following his indictment.

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Will Donald Trump be restrained during the trial? Will he have to endure a demeaning perp walk? Since Mr. Trump was indicted, the first former US president to be charged with a crime, we will soon know the answers.

A grand jury in New York decided overnight to indict Mr. Trump about alleged "hush money" payments to conceal an intimate encounter with former porn star Stormy Daniels.

The news is significant for America and has broad ramifications, not least for Mr. Trump's bid for the presidency in 2024.

Donald Trump is likely to face over 30 charges for falsifying business records related to the $130,000 payment made before the 2016 election. This indictment could potentially test his loyal supporters and alienate voters in key states.

After years of investigation, the Manhattan District Attorney's office is expected to bring the case against him. Trump denies any wrongdoing and claims it's politically motivated. He is set to surrender to authorities early next week and is expected to plead not guilty, but there are logistical and security concerns around his court appearance.

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