‘You can see the terror’: How Donald Trump’s tough stance on the indictment doesn’t fool these insiders

America has been in suspense since Donald Trump predicted last week that he would be arrested.

The only New York City police officer was ordered to report to work in full uniform to face potential disturbances from Mr. Trump’s fans in case his prediction came true. And some, but not many, supporters of the twice-deposed ex-president showed up to protest outside the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, the man who has now become the first prosecutor ever to face charges against a former president for his investigation into a 2016 hush money scheme to prevent adult film actress Stormy Daniels from wasting the beans over a decade-old liaison before voters went to the polls.