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Trump Convicted: Impact on 2024 Election Remains Uncertain

Former President Donald Trump has been found guilty on all 34 charges of falsifying business records in a New York court. This conviction makes him the first major party nominee to run for president as a convicted felon. While some polls suggest a decline in support for Trump, experts are divided on the overall impact on the 2024 election. Some believe that the conviction could sway undecided voters, while others argue that the verdict will have little effect on the race. The case, which stemmed from hush money payments made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election, has been met with mixed reactions from political strategists and analysts. Trump maintains his innocence and has vowed to appeal the verdict.

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Trump Hush Money Trial: Closing Arguments Delivered, Jury Deliberations Begin

Closing arguments have been delivered in the hush money trial of former President Donald Trump. The prosecution argued that Trump engaged in a conspiracy to cover up potentially damaging information during the 2016 presidential campaign, while the defense attacked the credibility of key witness Michael Cohen, Trump's former attorney. The jury is expected to begin deliberations and could reach a verdict as early as Tuesday. The case revolves around allegations that Trump and his allies made hush money payments to a porn actress and a Playboy model to silence them about affairs they claim to have had with Trump. The charges against Trump stem from the recording and reporting of these payments as legal expenses, which prosecutors allege was a fraudulent scheme. The defense maintains Trump was unaware of the details of the payments and that Cohen acted independently. The trial has garnered significant public attention and is the first of four criminal prosecutions against Trump to reach court.

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