Trump Loses His Immunity Case?

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( – On Friday, attorney George Conway, a conservative, argued that in the Supreme Court presidential immunity case former President Donald Trump would be dealt with a big loss. 

During an interview with CNN’s Jim Acosta, Conway talked about the highly anticipated decision of the Supreme Court where justices are set to decide whether the president should be fully protected from prosecution for any and all actions they took during their time in office. Acosta had specifically asked Conway whether he trusted the justices amid the criticism that the country’s highest court has faced over the rulings they have so far handed down. 

In response, Conway argued that this was one of the cases that he believed he trusted the court with. He added that Trump was going to lose and most likely “lose big” in this case. He added that while the opinion might include some wrinkles or add certain steps to the process, he does not believe that the overall argument being presented by Trump is going to pass. 

The Supreme Court is going to be deciding if former Presidents can face criminal prosecution in connection to their official conduct. Trump’s team has argued that his actions on Jan. 6, 2021, had been part of his official conduct. 

The decision by the justices could have an impact on all of the indictments of the former president and even potentially on his conviction in the hush money case. 

The decision could also lead to delays in the election interference case pushing it past the 2024 presidential election, which is something Trump’s team has been aiming for.

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