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Donald Trump found guilty of falsifying business records

31 May 2024

7:22 AM

31 May 2024

7:22 AM

A jury delivered a guilty verdict Thursday on all thirty-four felony counts of falsifying business records in former president Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial.

The jury deliberated for just a couple of days before returning its verdict, although they did go back to the judge several times asking for a re-read of the instructions and testimony from former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and National Enquirer publisher David Pecker.

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