Trump’s ‘Hush Money’ Case Sets Very Troubling Legal Precedent; Jury Likely to Be Unfavorable to Trump: Legal Expert

Former President Donald Trump’s New York “hush money” trial began on April 15 with jury selection. Zack Smith, former federal prosecutor and senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, says the trial sets a very troubling legal precedent, and the jury is likely to be unfavorable to President Trump.


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