Today in Washington, D.C., a pivotal court hearing takes center stage as former President Donald Trump returns to the federal courthouse.
The crux of this high-stakes legal battle? Whether Trump can be prosecuted for his alleged role in scheming to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.
Trump’s defense team argues for immunity, asserting that a president’s actions while in office, including alleged attempts to manipulate electoral outcomes, should be beyond the reach of criminal prosecution. The strategy aims to delay the trial, potentially pushing it past the November election.
Prosecution is countering this, challenging the notion of absolute presidential immunity. They argue that Trump’s actions, specifically his alleged plot to enlist fake electors and pressure former Vice President Pence to reject valid electoral votes on January 6, 2021, exceed the limits of presidential duties and should not be shielded from legal accountability.
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