Former President Donald Trump’s indictment on 34 felony charges related to a “catch and kill” scheme has garnered mixed reactions from politicians, media outlets, and New Yorkers. The alleged scheme involves buying negative stories and suppressing them to protect reputations, and Trump is accused of orchestrating it through payments and false entries in business records.
Catch and Kill Trump’s Career?
Although the charges carry a maximum penalty of four years in jail, it is unlikely that Trump would serve time if convicted. Some exonerated men have called it “karma,” while Trump’s supporters have rallied with him, condemning the authorities for “persecution.”
The indictment of a former US President is a historic event, and the outcome of this case will be closely watched, with some observers saying it may widen the political divide in the US.
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