Trump Hush Money

Highlights from Day 1 of Trump’s hush money trial during jury selection
Latest news and updates on Trump's hush money trial, with jury selection beginning today. Witnesses included Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen.
70%
Guilty (of at least one crime) by jury verdict
24%
Mistrial
3%
Not guilty (of any crimes) by jury verdict
1.8%
Plea bargain
16%
By the end of May [May 31st]
45%
By the end of National Donald Duck Day [June 9th]
68%
By the end of Spring [June 20th]
73%
By Independence Day [July 4th]
94%
A Trump tweet will be presented as evidence by the prosecution
84%
The judge will allow Trump to attend Barron's graduation on May 17
84%
Joe Biden will be mentioned
84%
Social media posts of any witness will be shared during cross-examination
56%
None of the 12 jurors leave.
15%
Juror 2: A man who works in investment banking and lives in Hell's Kitchen. Follows Trump, Michael Cohen and Kellyanne Conway on social media. Believes Trump has done some good for the country, but that he can be an impartial juror.
5%
Juror 9: A woman who is a speech therapist, gets news from CNN and likes reality TV podcasts. Said “he was our president. Everyone knows who he is,” adding that when he was in office “everyone was kind of talking about politics."
4%
Juror 11: A woman, a product manager from Upper Manhattan, who reads Google, business and fashion news. She said she does not have strong opinions about Mr. Trump but added, “I don’t like his persona, how he presents himself in public.”
74%
Felony
2%
Misdemeanor
24%
No judgment (acquittal, mistrial, delay)
Just Security
A Complete Guide to the Manhattan Trump Election Interference Prosecution
A comprehensive guide on what to expect at Donald Trump's landmark criminal trial in Manhattan for his alleged falsification of business records and hush money arrangement in 2016 presidential election.
YouTube
Breaking Down the Law: NY Trump Trial Charges and Theory of the Case
Journalist Adam Klasfeld explains how the alleged hush money scheme worked and how Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg got to 34 felony charges.Read the ...
NBC News
Judge Juan Merchan sets April 15 trial date for Trump hush money case
The judge presiding over Donald Trump's hush money case on Monday scheduled the trial to begin on April 15.

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee is facing 34 felony counts of falsifying New York business records in order to cover up a $130,000 hush money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, who has said she had a sexual encounter with Trump. Trump has denied that claim.

37%
Yes/Yes: Trump will be convicted of a felony before the election, and will win the election
45%
Yes/No: Trump will be convicted of a felony before the election, and will not win the election
11%
No/Yes: Trump will not be convicted of a felony before the election, and will win the election
8%
No/No: Trump will not be convicted of a felony before the election, and will not win the election
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