Making the case against Trump

Trump exiting the courthouse after being found guilty of all counts in his criminal trial at New York State Supreme Court in New York. He has been convicted of falsifying records to cover up a sex scandal that threatened his ascent to the White House in 2016, part of a scheme that prosecutors described as a fraud on the American people. — ©2024 The New York Times Company

FOR years, prosecutors debated, fought and even, in at least two cases, resigned over the fate of the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation into Donald Trump. Some legal experts predicted it would be the downfall of the district attorney, Alvin Bragg.

But on May 30, a jury swiftly and decisively vindicated the risky strategy that Bragg employed to bring 34 felony counts against the former US president.

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