Concern Grows Over Violent Rhetoric Amid Trump's Legal Battles

As legal battles continue to surround former President Donald Trump, concerns over the violent rhetoric surrounding the situation are growing. The latest incident occurred on Friday when Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg received a threatening letter containing white powder.

The heightened tensions come as Trump awaits a New York grand jury's decision on a possible indictment. Many fear that this could lead to further violence and unrest among his supporters.

CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa spoke about the current state of affairs regarding Trump's legal troubles. "There is a lot of concern right now about what could happen if he is indicted," said Costa in an interview with CBS News on Sunday.

Costa noted that while there have been no direct calls for violence from Trump himself, his continued claims of election fraud and other conspiracy theories have contributed to an atmosphere of mistrust and anger among his base.

"The problem is that when you have people who believe these things, they might be willing to take matters into their own hands," added Costa.

As the situation continues to unfold, many are calling for calm and urging officials to take all necessary measures to ensure public safety. However, with tensions running high on both sides of the political spectrum, it remains unclear how this will all end.