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Just A Coincidence. Judge Picks Day Before Super Tuesday for Trump Trial in DC

Former President Donald Trump is currently facing multiple trials on both federal and state charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. These trials have been scheduled for different dates, with each case addressing specific allegations.

On Monday, March 4, 2024, the trial for the federal charges against Trump is set to begin. These charges are specifically related to his alleged efforts to manipulate the election results. The trial date was determined by D.C. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, who emphasized her commitment to upholding justice and ensuring the defendant's right to adequate preparation.

March 2024 will be an eventful month for Trump, as he is also scheduled to face trial on March 24 for New York State charges pertaining to the alleged falsification of business records. The separate trial involving Special Counsel Jack Smith's federal case, which accuses Trump of mishandling classified records, has been set for May 20, 2024.

Trump has maintained his plea of not guilty to all the charges brought against him as a result of Smith's investigations.

It's important to note that the federal 2020 election case mentioned above is distinct from the ongoing proceedings in Fulton County, Georgia. In the Fulton County case, Trump is accused of conspiring with 18 other co-defendants in an alleged plot to overturn the election results. The arraignment for all 19 individuals charged in this case is scheduled for September 4, 2023, as requested by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. However, Trump's legal team has filed a motion opposing the proposed date for the state trial, seeking a delay.

These various trials underscore the legal challenges faced by Donald Trump in relation to the 2020 presidential election. As the proceedings unfold, the outcomes will determine the potential consequences for the former president and shape future discussions around the integrity of the electoral process.

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Scott Hannan
Scott Hannan
Aug 28, 2023

Not a coincidence. More like complete bullshit.

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