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What will Americans make of Trump’s guilty verdict?

31 May 2024

6:02 PM

31 May 2024

6:02 PM

The indictment and trial on a thin charge, the gagging of a presidential candidate in the middle of a campaign, and the judge’s consistently biased rulings amount to deliberate judicial interference in the 2024 election.

The process was led by a Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, who ran on the campaign platform of going after Donald Trump.

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