Donald Trump’s First Criminal Trial Begins

Belatedly, after so many delays and obstructive tactics, finally, Donald Trump will face the first criminal trial that any President of the United States has faced, on Monday morning.

Arguably the least significant of the four trials the former President faces over time, it is bound, nevertheless, to have a negative effect on Trump’s campaign to be returned to the White House.

Trump will have to sit in court four days a week and keep his mouth shut, and while there will be no televising of his trial, there will be reporters in the courtroom to report on every detail of the trial, including any reaction that Trump displays.

The facc that there are many witnesses, including those who had once been close to Trump, will have a dramatic effect on the trial and public opinion.

And the shock that Hope Hicks, who was so closely linked to Trump, is going to testify, is a major surprise.

Polls already indicate declining support for Trump, and no matter how much he makes himself the “victim”, he is, finally, being held to accountability for the first time in his life!

3 comments on “Donald Trump’s First Criminal Trial Begins

  1. Princess Leia April 16, 2024 4:55 pm

    While Trump is sitting on his fat butt in court, Biden is hitting the campaign trail.

  2. Rustbelt Democrat April 16, 2024 4:59 pm

    As of day 2, six jurors have been seated on the jury so far.

  3. Rustbelt Democrat April 16, 2024 7:16 pm

    The number of jurors is now 7.

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