A source says a grand jury investigating hush money paid on Donald Trump’s behalf is scheduled to consider matters next week and then take a two-week break.
Trump grand jury ‘to take pre-planned break from case’
The Manhattan grand jury investigating hush money paid on Donald Trump’s behalf is scheduled to consider other matters next week before taking a previously scheduled two-week hiatus, a person familiar with the matter says.
That means a vote on whether or not to indict the former US president likely would not come until late April at the earliest.
The break, which was scheduled in advance when the panel was convened in January, coincides with Passover, Easter and spring break for the New York City public school system.
The person who confirmed the grand jury’s schedule was not authorised to speak publicly about secretive grand jury proceedings and did so on condition of anonymity.