Trump will be first president arrested since Ulysses S. Grant — who was busted for speeding in 1872

Donald Trump on Thursday became the first former president ever to be indicted — though over 150 years ago a sitting president, Ulysses S. Grant, was arrested for speeding in his horse-drawn carriage.

Trump was indicted by a grand jury in Manhattan related to hush-money payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 election. He’s expected to surrender and be arraigned next Tuesday, sources told The Post.

While a criminal case has never been brought against an ex-US president, back in 1872, Grant — the military general who won the Civil War for the Union, faced his own trouble with the law when he was a sitting president.

Grant was busted for speeding in his carriage at the corner of 13th and M streets in Washington D.C. when he was a sitting president, according to a report published at the turn of the century, the Washington Post…

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