Why Trump Is Unlikely to Face Charges Before Midterms

Why trump is unlikely to face charges before midterms

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Federal prosecutors are likely to wait until after the November election to announce any charges against former President Donald Trump, if they determine he broke laws. Bloomberg’s Courtney Rozen reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.” (This interview aired on August 31, 2022.)

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