Delay, Delay, Delay: Will Trump Ever Be Held Accountable?


“When the hell are these Trump cases going to happen?” That’s the query we’re all asking as we wait and await an actual, dwell Donald Trump courtroom trial. 

On this week’s Inside the Hive, host Brian Stelter, Vanity Fair politics correspondent Bess Levin, and employees author Dan Adler study the various felony fees in opposition to the previous president and presumptive GOP nominee. They additionally replicate on Trump’s decades-long go-to authorized technique of invoking delay ways to keep away from authorized repercussions and what that would imply for the 2024 election and past.

The group discusses the small print of the 4 indictments, together with the Manhattan “hush money” case involving Stormy Daniels, the classified-documents case involving Mar-a-Lago, and the 2 federal election instances involving the DOJ and Fulton County. They additionally think about whether or not the tone of a case that includes the contents of a 2005 Access Hollywood tape will come throughout as an embarrassing, scandalous tabloid story for the previous president or a technical, monetary case, as a new ballot from Politico and Ipsos of American adults, performed March 8–10, discovered that fifty% of respondents mentioned they imagine Trump is responsible of the alleged crimes charged in Manhattan.

It’s anybody’s guess if and when these trials truly occur, but when Trump is reelected, it’s seemingly sport over for the federal instances. And if Trump goes scot-free, it’s unclear what influence it should have on the justice system.


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