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Trump Celebrates Major Win from Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Trump’s claim of presidential immunity from criminal prosecution, which he argues is crucial for preventing wrongful prosecution and extortion of a sitting president.

The Supreme Court also implemented a two month delay, which will likely cause any potential trial to occur after the November presidential election.

The case involves allegations related to the Capitol incursion of Jan. 6, 2021, and challenges the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election.

“Legal Scholars are extremely thankful for the Supreme Court’s Decision today to take up Presidential Immunity,” Trump wrote.

Without immunity, presidents would fear “wrongful prosecution and retaliation after they leave office,” he said.

The presidency, in a way, “will ‘no longer exist,’” he said.

“This is in no way what the Founders had in mind,” Trump wrote.

The court’s ruling could impact the timing of Trump’s trial and the broader issue of election integrity.

Trump sees the court’s decision as a positive development against establishment figures seeking to prosecute him, but the overall concern remains about election rigging and the power of the establishment in influencing public discourse.

“Delay in the resolution of these charges threatens to frustrate the public interest in a speedy and fair verdict — a compelling interest in every criminal case and one that has unique national importance here,” Smith wrote.

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