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GOP front-runner Donald Trump is officially headed to court next month—the first of his four upcoming criminal trials expected sometime this year. 


On Thursday, Trump headed to New York for a court hearing on his hush-money case. Judge Juan Manuel Merchan ignored his requests for a delay and determined the trial would start on March 25, when jury selection will begin, and last approximately six weeks. 

Trump is accused of using his former fixer Michael Cohen to sweep an affair with porn actress Stormy Daniels under the rug ahead of the 2016 presidential election. He’s facing 34 felony charges in this case for allegedly falsifying business records with the intent to further an underlying crime. Trump has pleaded not guilty on all counts.

The dates for Trump’s three other indictments are not yet on the books. His January 6 election interference trial, which was originally slated for March 4, was postponed while the Supreme Court reviews appeals on Trump’s presidential immunity claim.

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The hilarious part of Christians latching onto Trump is that if someone exactly like him was a member of their church, that person would be shunned and ostracized by the entire congregation.    

Even if you argue that Trump wasn’t as terrible a president all the way up to October 2020 as maybe Dubya or one of the 2 shitbags immediately before and after Lincoln (James Buchanan and Andrew Johns

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Donald Trump’s upcoming Stormy Daniels trial could be delayed by a month after federal investigators turned up 100,000 new documents relevant to the case.


“The people do not oppose a brief adjournment of up to 30 days to permit sufficient time for the defendant to review the [U.S. Attorney’s Office] productions,” Manhattan prosecutors wrote to the judge in a court filing on Thursday.


The last-minute surprise throws a wrench into the prosecution's plans to put Trump on trial for much of April and May, with the trial supposed to start on March 25. But the new batch of documents has thrown that timeline into doubt—and may spark new grounds for Trump’s lawyers to protest.

In the court filing on Thursday, the DA’s office revealed that SDNY turned over a whopping 73,000 pages of records since just March 4—and an additional 31,000 pages on Wednesday alone. The office notified the court that it expects the feds to turn over a third batch next week.

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3 hours ago, nine said:

In another attempt to obfuscate and delay the proceedings, Trump has now filed a lawsuit against Judge Merchan personally in response to the gag order the judge recently imposed.  



Other gag orders in other cases against Trump have been upheld already. 

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41 minutes ago, ctm said:

An innocent man doesn't seek to delay until after an election every trial that would clear his name.

In my experience, an innocent man  doesn’t put himself in a position to be facing a litany of state and federal felony indictments across multiple jurisdictions from NYC to GA to FLA.

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27 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:


Honestly the funny thing about all these cases is everyone knows he's guilty of all of them. That's not even in question. 

Not according to Fox News!

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2 hours ago, OILERMAN said:

Trump's moron lawyers 



Rosenberg added that the “phone number you provided was disconnected” and that he’d be keeping the $15 Trump’s lawyers had sent him to help pay for sending the documents.



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On Saturday, Kirschner, a former assistant U.S. attorney and frequent critic of the former president, posted a new video to his personal YouTube channel in which he dug into the upcoming Manhattan trial. In particular, he discussed the "one piece of evidence" that he believes will lead to a conviction for Trump "in a New York minute": directions he gave his then-lawyer, Michael Cohen, to delay making the payments altogether.

As Kirschner laid out, Trump and his legal team have claimed that the payments were made to prevent Daniels' story from going public and causing distress for Trump's wife, Melania. However, Kirschner highlighted one notable paragraph from the Manhattan indictment, in which Trump was found to have allegedly directed Cohen to try and delay the payments as much as possible, suggesting that they could avoid paying altogether, as once the election passed it would not matter if Daniels spoke out.

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