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What can Donald Trump actually know about his own prosecution?

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As the world waits to see whether Donald Trump will be indicted in New York in the coming days, questions remain over what the former president could have known when posting on Saturday over social media that he “WILL BE ARRESTED ON TUESDAY.”

Despite the very public attempt at clairvoyance, Northeastern legal experts say Trump’s prognosticating is more reading between the lines than it is proof that he knows anything about background legal proceedings.

And the move is a standard one in the Trump political playbook, they said.

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