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Trump's Legal Jeopardy Mounts as He Racks Up GOP Primary Victories

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Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during his caucus night watch party at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on February 08, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Mario Tama/Staff via Getty Images)

The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on whether Colorado can keep former President Trump off of the state primary ballot for his actions on January 6. Meanwhile, Trump faces 91 felony counts across multiple jurisdictions in cases involving election subversion, hush money payments and the illegal handling of classified documents. We’ll talk about the legal and political implications of it all for Trump, who by a wide margin remains the GOP primary frontrunner.


Shanlon Wu, criminal defense attorney; legal analyst, CNN; former federal prosecutor who also served as counsel to Attorney General Janet Reno

David Graham, staff writer, The Atlantic


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