Trump's Election Interference Indictment Heads to Supreme Court for Immunity Ruling
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The Supreme Court will hear arguments in April on the extent of a former president's immunity from criminal prosecution concerning alleged official acts as it relates to Trump's bid to quash his election interference indictment. Former President Donald Trump claims his efforts to overturn the 2020 election are immune from prosecution as part of his presidential duties, while Special Counsel Jack Smith argues there is no precedent for such broad immunity. Legal experts are analyzing the precise wording of the Supreme Court's order, which may reflect a compromise among the justices.
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