Comments:Former US President Donald Trump pleads not guilty over alleged attempts to 'subvert' 2020 presidential election results

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This is a solid article014:16, 12 August 2023

This is a solid article

This article does a great job of digging deep into the subject and informing the reader.

Fulton County, Georgia has been investigating Trump and supporters for alleged attempts to influence the 2020 election results there.

Unlike an impeachment, a conviction unrelated to insurrection would not have legal effects on Trump's campaign.

That is crazy to me that one can be convicted of election-tampering yet still run for office — especially for President.

Michael.C.Wright (Talk/Published)14:16, 12 August 2023