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Supreme Court reviews Trump’s assertion of ‘absolute immunity’ from criminal prosecution

The U.S. Supreme Court will address the question of whether a former president, now a potential GOP nominee, can be prosecuted for his actions post-election. Donald Trump faces felony charges for trying to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in 2020. Trump claims immunity as a former president, but lower courts have rejected this. Legal experts doubt Trump’s immunity claim will be upheld. Special counsel Smith argues against immunity, citing historical precedent. A decision from the Supreme Court is expected before July. The outcome could impact Trump’s trial before the November election; public opinion is divided on the issue.


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