Indicted former President Donald Trump is expected to surrender early next week, sources told The Post Thursday.
Prosecutors with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office — which filed an unprecedented indictment against Trump, 76, related to hush-money payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels — wanted him arraigned Friday, sources said.
But Trump’s lawyers wouldn’t agree to that and instead he’ll turn himself in next week, possibly as early as Monday, the sources added.
In a statement, Bragg said his office was in touch with Trump’s legal team on a surrender date.
“This evening we contacted Mr. Trump’s attorney to coordinate his surrender to the Manhattan DA’s Office for arraignment on a Supreme Court indictment, which remains under seal,” the statement said. “Guidance will be provided when the arraignment date is selected.”
The NYPD, meanwhile, is gearing up for an all-out circus in the Big Apple, ordering all uniformed members across every rank to be in uniform and “be prepared for deployment” starting at Friday 7 a.m., according to a police memo.
Trump will be fingerprinted, have his mugshot taken and possibly be led into Manhattan court in handcuffs — but he will likely avoid being perp-walked, experts said.
Charges against Trump have not yet been revealed — but grand jurors in Manhattan have been hearing evidence related to hush-money payments made by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen ahead of the 2016 election.
Trump has vehemently denied any wrongdoing, including in a statement Thursday evening.
“The Democrats have lied, cheated and stolen in their obsession with trying to ‘Get Trump,’ but now they’ve done the unthinkable – indicting a completely innocent person in an act of blatant Election Interference,” he railed.