Donald Trump’s legal team is employing a strategy of filing longshot legal motions to publicly criticize and potentially delay his federal election-interference trial, set to begin in March 2024. They plan to challenge the case on several fronts, including arguments about executive immunity, selective prosecution, and moving the trial’s location. While these motions may not derail the trial, they could complicate proceedings and serve to frame the case for the public, especially during Trump’s 2024 election campaign. Despite legal hurdles, Trump’s defense intends to file a series of motions and appeals, leading to a complex legal battle in the coming months.
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