On Saturday, former President Donald Trump called on his supporters to protest if he is arrested in connection with the investigation into a hush money scheme involving adult film actress Stormy Daniels. In a social media post, Trump claimed that the "leading Republican candidate and former president of the United States will be arrested on Tuesday of next week." Trump's team said they had not received any notifications from prosecutors. According to CNN, meetings have been taking place throughout the week among city, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in New York City to prepare for a possible indictment of Trump. Trump has been agitating for his team to rally his base, believing that an indictment would help him politically. His legal team is preparing for the next steps and has been anticipating an indictment. A spokesperson for Trump said the former president has not received notification from the Manhattan District Attorney's Office regarding any potential indictment. Trump's call for a protest echoes his final days in office, when he repeatedly urged his supporters to reject the results of the 2020 presidential election, culminating in the deadly January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol.