Trump arrested: James Corden talks about the allegations of the former president’s arrest as legal charges expected by a grand jury

James Corden addresses the latest exciting developments surrounding former US President Donald Trump.

Last week, Trump claimed he would be arrested on Tuesday, March 21, calling on his followers to “protest” and “take back our nation.”

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is expected to file charges against Trump in connection with the alleged payment of “hush money” to adult film actor Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 presidential election. However, it is not yet known exactly when or even if indictments will be issued.

former Gavin and Stacey Superstar Corden discussed the news on his US talk show Late Show, joked to the studio audience: “You know it sucks when an ex-boss announces he’s going to be arrested, and the general response is: ‘For what crime?'” “

“If you’re catching on, this is the time Stormy Daniels screwed Donald Trump,” Corden added.

His jokes refer to the alleged sex trial between Daniels and the former boss, which may be at the heart of the impending charges.

Corden then pointed to reports that New York City is “already preparing for unrest” in the wake of Trump’s incendiary call to “take our nation back.”

“Of course Trump urged his followers to protest in New York,” he joked. Like, what else would get them to do? Go see Ben Platt at procession. It just opened to great reviews on Broadway.

Here’s the thing: This story, it turns out, may have just pulled out of “Tuesday” out of the blue. The grand jury didn’t even vote on the indictment, with more grand jury testimony due today [Monday]Follow Corden.

I love that Trump even goes, ‘I don’t need to wait for this to be over to know I’m guilty, man… I’m guilty as a sin. “

James Corden on The Late Late Show


A number of other celebrities have also spoken out against Trump following his allegations of impending charges, including Stephen King and George Takei.

You can keep up to date on the latest developments in the story here.

Meanwhile, John Oliver mocked an outlandish Trump campaign video on his HBO sitcom on Sunday.

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