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The political indictment of President Trump by Special Counsel Jack Smith finally worked its way to the United States Supreme Court. (I outlined the ridiculous Indictment and the nature of the preposterous charges made against President Trump, for those in need of more background.) The case is before the Court on President Trump’s effort to dismiss the indictment on presidential immunity grounds. Essentially, President Trump argues he is criminally charged for his official acts as president and, due to presidential immunity, he cannot be charged for those actions.

The presidential immunity issue will impact at least three of the four criminal cases against President Trump, including the DC Indictment, the Georgia RICO Indictment, and the Florida Documents Indictment. Obviously, much is riding on the Supreme Court’s decision. How might the Court rule and has the Court tipped its hand in any way? The answers …

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