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Lessons Learned from the Supreme Court Hearing on Trump’s Claims of Absolute Immunity

The Supreme Court seemed inclined to reject Trump’s claims of immunity in the federal election subversion case, raising concerns about holding a trial before the November election. The court debated the distinction between official and private acts by Trump and how this could affect his legal fate and future presidents. Trump’s attorney conceded some acts were private, while others were official. The court’s conservative members questioned Trump’s immunity claim, expressing concerns about the broad implications. The court’s decision on this case could have far-reaching consequences for presidential accountability and criminal exposure.


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