U.S. grand jury to recommend charges in Trump probe



A U.S. grand jury probing interference by Donald Trump's campaign in the 2020 election has recommended multiple indictments, the forewoman revealed Tuesday.

"It is not a short list," the forewoman, Emily Kohrs, told several outlets of the people and crimes referenced in the jury's final report.

"There are certainly names that you would recognize, yes," she added. "There are names also that you might not recognize," without naming targets or if Trump, who has announced a third run at the White House for 2024, was included in the list.

Prosecutors have spent two years looking into whether Trump and his allies committed crimes in a bid to overturn his defeat in Georgia to Joe Biden by fewer than 12,000 votes.

Last week, three redacted sections from the grand jury's report into the probe was released, revealing that members found no evidence of widespread voter fraud, undercutting Trump's claim that he had been robbed of the election.

The released sections did not include specific charging recommendations but revealed that the jury believed witnesses may have lied under oath.