In an interview with the newspaper, Trump’s lawyer Steve Sadow said that the trial of former US President Donald Trump due to election interference in Georgia may be postponed to 2029. Policy.
The material states that the transfer will take place if the politician wins the presidential election in 2024.
“The criminal case will not be held until his term ends,” the legal advocate said.
Sadow strongly opposed starting Trump’s trial in August 2024 ahead of the US elections in November, saying it would be “interference in the election process”.
Recently, the Washington Court of Appeals denied Donald Trump was granted immunity in the event of the attack on the Capitol in January 2021.
Previously, incumbent US President Joe Biden mistakenly named Donald Trump as a congressman.
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