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Supreme Court Mulling Over Whether a Coup or Hit Counts as Official Business: Live Updates

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell May17,2024

Former President Trump has a busy day in court Thursday as his New York hush money trial collides with presidential immunity arguments before the Supreme Court.

David Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, has retaken the stand in Manhattan where he continues providing a timeline of his agreement to bury bad news about Trump during the then-candidate’s 2016 campaign.

Meanwhile, in Washington, the high court is hearing oral arguments in a historic case that weighs the limits of presidential immunity, which Trump is arguing makes him safe from prosecution in his three other criminal cases.

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  1. It’s concerning that Trump is trying to hide behind presidential immunity in his criminal cases. No one should be above the law.

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