The Wall Street Journal

Trump found guilty on all counts in hush-money case

Trump found guilty on all counts in hush-money case
A dejected Donald Trump leaves the Manhattan court after the guilty verdicts were delivered. (Image: AP)
The Wall Street Journal
By Corinne Ramey and James FanelliDonald Trump has become the first former president of the United States ever convicted of a crime, with a Manhattan jury finding him guilty on Friday (New Zealand time) of 34 felonies for falsifying records to cover up hush money paid to a porn star .The historic verdict, stemming from conduct that took place around Trump’s remarkable run to the presidency in 2016, could threaten his 2024 bid to return to the White House. Trump can still run and his poll numbers remained steady during the more than m...

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