United States: Donald Trump cornered by New York criminal justice

Donald Trump had feared this day since his stealthy departure from the White House. Until the last moment, the former President of the United States had fought tooth and nail to preserve his prerogatives, contesting the results of the ballot box and denouncing alleged “massive fraud”. He knew that, as soon as noon came on January 20, and the swearing in of his Democratic successor Joe Biden, he would become a private citizen again. Subject to legal proceedings, which he had hitherto been able to dodge by hiding behind the immunity conferred by the presidential office.

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