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Donald Trump’s trial scheduled for March 2024

Former US President Donald Trump’s trial on alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election is scheduled for March 4, 2024. This date puts the trial just one day before Super Tuesday and about eight months before the election presidential elections of 2024, in which Trump is a leader. candidate for the Republican nomination.

U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan rejected a defense request to postpone the trial until April 2026, but also extended it beyond the January date that special counsel Jack Smith’s team had suggested The judge stated that the timely resolution of the case is in the public interest.

Shortly after the announcement, Trump expressed his disagreement with the trial date in a post on Truth Social. He accused Smith’s team and Judge Chutkan of election interference and vowed to appeal the decision.

Trump faces a four-count indictment for allegedly plotting to reverse his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden. In addition, a separate federal lawsuit accuses him of illegally keeping classified documents at his Florida property, Mar-a-Lago. That separate case will go to trial on May 20 next year.

The former president is also involved in state cases in New York and Georgia. In New York, Trump is accused of tampering with business records related to a payment made to conceal an affair with adult film actress Stormy Daniels. In Georgia, he faces charges of engaging in an exhibition scheme aimed at altering the state’s 2020 election results.

Despite the legal battles, Trump remains the favorite for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. He recently avoided a televised debate with other Republican candidates, opting instead for an online interview in which he questioned President Biden’s fitness for the 2024 campaign.

As the trials approach, Trump continues to deny any wrongdoing, citing his actions as “perfect” and claiming unprecedented public support.

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