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Members of a Manhattan Grand Jury investigating former President Donald Trump were told not to come in on Tuesday, March 21.

The Manhattan DA’s Office told jury members that they should be on standby to return a possible indictment on Thursday.

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According to DailyMail.com, Trump was expected to be indicted Wednesday on charges of paying $130,000 hush money to former stripper Stormy Daniels in 2016. However, they were told not to come in on Wednesday.

No explanation was given for the delay.

The last time the Grand Jury met was on Monday, March 20. Coincidentally, that was the same day a witness told them that 600 pages of “exculpatory evidence” were not handed over to them by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

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A solemn Bragg (center) is pictured arriving at the Manhattan courthouse on Wednesday. He is reportedly under investigation for “prosecutorial misconduct” after jury members allegedly asked about the 600 missing documents.

Grand jury witness Robert Costello told Tucker Carlson, “I spoke to the jury for two hours… It was clear to me the Manhattan Grand Jury did not want to get to the truth.”

According to FOX News’ legal expert Gregg Jarrett, Costello told the Grand Jury, “Wait a minute. You don’t have the hundreds of pages I handed over to Alvin Bragg over here? You only have six cherry-picked documents?”

Jarrett said “hiding from grand juries exculpatory information is reprehensible and unconscionable.” He said Bragg should be “disbarred” for withholding evidence from the Grand Jury.

Others accused Bragg of “elevating a misdemeanor to a felony” to take down a political candidate.