Washington, May 27 -- New York district attorney Cyrus Vance has convened a grand jury that will decide whether or not to indict former president Donald Trump, executives of his company or the business itself based on evidence brought before it, the Washington Post has reported.

The grand jury, whose proceedings are not open to public, will meet three days a week. That, Vance has convened the panel is being taken as a sign that his investigations have reached a stage where his prosecutors believe they have enough evidence to seek indictments.

If indicted, Trump, who has never been charged criminally, will be the only American president charged with committing a crime. He already holds the dubious distinction of being the only president im...