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  • Will Trump’s “hush money” case go to trial today? Will it change the outcome of the election?

    Monday Eastern Time is another landmark day in American political history: A U.S. court will hear former U.S. President Trump’s “hush money” case, which means he will become the first former U.S. president to face a criminal trial. . Although it is widely believed that the case tried on Monday is the least impactful of the four criminal prosecutions faced by Trump, it is also the only case in which Trump will face a criminal trial before the US election in November this year. If Trump is convicted, not only may he be imprisoned, but it will also make the public doubt his ability to lead the country, affect his support among middle voters, and thus may change the results of the general election in November this year. In addition, since the trial process of the “hush money case” is expected to last 6 to 8 weeks, this means that Trump will have to appear in court four days a week for nearly two months, which may delay his Campaign schedule. For this reason, the Trump campaign dismissed the trial…

    US stock news April 15, 2024