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Trump’s Legal Woes Grow, But So Does His Poll Lead

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis made quite the splash when she indicted former President Donald Trump and a bunch of other folks under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Now, it looks like Trump’s legal troubles are far from over. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is still gunning for him and it seems like the case is tilting in Bragg’s favor. Yikes, right?

So, get this. Bragg managed to get the trial date moved. How’d he do it? Well, he brought in some heavy hitters to help him out. We’re talking about former impeachment counsel Norman Eisen, MSNBC legal analyst Andrew Weissmann, and former Senate Judiciary Committee law clerk Joshua Kolb. These guys know their stuff, apparently. In an opinion piece, they pointed out that Judge Juan Merchan hinted that he would probably postpone Trump’s trial. Now, usually that would be good news for Trump, but get this: Bragg is the one who requested the delay. Talk about crafty!

You see, the reason Bragg wanted the trial moved is because Trump already has a federal trial lined up in D.C. around the same time. The charges are related to his post-election conduct. Now, Bragg doesn’t want anyone saying that Trump can’t handle two trials at once. So, by pushing back the New York trial, he’s trying to outsmart Trump’s lawyers. That’s some next-level strategizing, my friends. Eisen, Weissmann, and Kolb praised Bragg’s move, calling it “shrewd and successful” and pointing out that he’s been racking up wins left and right as district attorney.

But hold on a second. Despite all these legal challenges and the drama, Trump seems to be doing just fine politically. Can you believe it? I mean, the Real Clear Politics polling aggregator shows that he’s beating everyone in the race for the Republican nomination by a whopping 44 points! And not only that, recent surveys even show him ahead of President Joe Biden. The man just keeps defying the odds. It’s no wonder he’s still a force to be reckoned with in the political arena.

The bottom line is, Trump’s legal woes in New York may seem like a big deal, but they haven’t slowed down his political momentum one bit. If anything, they’ve just added fuel to his fire. So, while the media and the Democrats may be celebrating Bragg’s moves, it looks like Trump is still the king of the conservative castle. Long live the king!

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