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Jack Smith’s Trump Case Abruptly Removed from Court Docket

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The trial date for former President Donald Trump related to the events of Jan. 6, 2020, has been removed from the Washington, D.C., federal court calendar, indicating a likely delay due to Trump’s appeal on immunity from prosecution.

Speculations by Trump supporters on the date change were dismissed as unfounded by an attorney representing Jan. 6 defendants.

“So all you supposedly ‘In the know’ X-sters, just stop posting nonsensical conspiracy theories about why the Court — NOT JACK SMITH — removed the trial from the March 4 calendar,” attorney Bill Shipley wrote.

Trump has not celebrated the docket change, suggesting it was not seen as a victory.

The appellate court is yet to rule on Trump’s immunity status, which could impact the trial timeline and other criminal cases he faces.

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