The memo came as law enforcement officials in New York City are making security preparations for the possibility Trump is charged and appears in court in Manhattan. ADVERTISEMENT“We do not tolerate attempts to intimidate our office or threaten the rule of law in New York,” Bragg wrote, referring to “press attention and public comments” regarding an ongoing investigation by his office. Law enforcement officials in New York are also closely monitoring online chatter warning of protests and violence if Trump is arrested, four law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. The threats that law enforcement agents are tracking vary in specificity and credibility, the officials said. The law enforcement officials are also discussing a multitude of security plans for lower Manhattan in the event Trump is indicted.