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Donald Trump’s January 6th Case May Face Further Delay As Supreme Court Wrestles With Where To Draw The Line On Presidential Immunity

The former president's lawyer is arguing that Trump is immune for actions while he was president.

As Donald Trump returns to a New York courtroom for another day of his hush money trial, another team of his lawyers will be arguing before the Supreme Court in a case that is of utmost consequence to his fate. The high court’s decision won’t impact the current proceedings playing out in Manhattan, but they will likely decide whether Trump’s January 6th case —- in which he is charged with conspiring to remain in power —- moves forward. Viewers will be able to listen to the arguments on C-SPAN and in live audio feeds on cable news networks, unlike the Trump his money trial, which restricts sights and sounds from being transmitted from the courtroom.

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