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31 May 2024 - Trump is found guilty of all 34 counts in hush money trial

Publié par Lucas Leone le 31/05/2024

Trump Convicted on All Counts to Become America’s First Felon President

Ben Protess, Jonah E. Bromwich, Maggie Haberman, Kate Christobek, Jesse McKinley and William K. Rashbaum (The New York Times, 30/05/2024)

Donald J. Trump was convicted on Thursday of falsifying records to cover up a sex scandal that threatened to derail his 2016 presidential campaign, capping an extraordinary trial that tested the resilience of the American justice system and transformed the former commander in chief into a felon.

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Trump guilty verdict reveals a Democrat Party that will do almost anything to win

Jason Chaffetz (Fox News, 31/05/2024)

Smiling prosecutors and giddy media got what they wanted this week as former President Donald Trump was convicted on 34 counts in a patently obvious show trial overseen by an overtly conflicted corrupt judge. 

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Trump’s media company stock spirals in the wake of fraud verdict

Michelle Chapman (Fortune, 31/05/2024)

Shares of Trump Media & Technology Group, the owner of social networking site Truth Social, slumped Thursday after former President Donald Trump was convicted in his hush money trial.

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Is Trump going to prison? What to know about the possible sentence after his conviction

Kaia Hubbard (CBS News, 30/05/2024)

Former President Donald Trump was found guilty on all charges in his New York "hush money" trial on Thursday, and the judge will soon determine whether a former president should be imprisoned for a felony conviction for the first time.

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Stephen King, Barbra Streisand and more react to Trump guilty verdict: ‘34 is now my favorite number’

Kevin E G Perry (The Independent, 31/05/2024)

Celebrities have not been shy reacting to Donald Trump being found guilty on all 34 felony counts, marking the first-ever criminal conviction of an American president, with one notable saying ‘34 is now my favorite number.’

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