Trump's hearing date postponed due to unresolved legal issues

A court in Washington, DC announced the postponement of the start date of the trial of former US President Donald Trump, which was scheduled for next March 4. It said the postponement was the result of unresolved legal issues, and a new date has not yet been set.

Trump, 77, who is seeking the Republican Party nomination for next November's presidential elections, faces four criminal charges including 91 separate charges.

In the case filed in Washington, Trump was charged at the federal level over his efforts to retroactively overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

On January 26, Trump suffered a crushing defeat in front of a jury in Manhattan, New York, when the court ordered him to pay $83.3 million in compensation to a journalist who he said had tarnished his reputation by denying that And destroyed people's belief that he had raped her. Almost three decades ago.

Observers believe that after winning the party elections in the states of Iowa and New Hampshire, Trump will win the primary elections in the state of Nevada, which makes him the most likely candidate to receive his party's nomination in the race for the White House.

His most prominent rival (Florida Governor Ron DeSantis) had announced his withdrawal from the Republican Party presidential race and his support for Trump. Of her Republican rivals, only Haley remains, refusing to back down, insisting she will continue her election campaign in South Carolina and beyond.

Read Previous

The Economist: Will peace come after hell in the Middle East?

Read Next

Ancient Levant tickles the imagination of producers of Syrian Ramadan drama 2024

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular