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Trump on trial: experts answer key legal and political questions about what could happen next

By Thomas Gift, Associate Professor and Director of the Centre on US Politics, UCL
Julie M Norman, Associate Professor in Politics & International Relations & Co-Director of the Centre on US Politics, UCL
Donald Trump has notoriously become the only former US president to face a criminal indictment — much less four. Opinions on the prosecutions, predictably, break along partisan lines.

But whether one subscribes to the Trump as victim or villain narratives, the high-stakes charges raise profound legal and political questions. Here’s what’s at stake.

Can a president be indicted?

The US constitution doesn’t…The Conversation

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