Former President Trump is launching his 2024 campaign with a cloud of legal issues hanging over his head. They include the federal investigation into the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, another into the top secret documents he kept at Mar-a-Lago and a criminal tax fraud trial in New York.
University of Michigan Law Professor Barbara McQuade, a former U.S. Attorney, explains how his status as a candidate might weigh on those investigations.
And NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik explains another development since Trump’s last campaign: the conservative media properties run by Rupert Murdoch appear to have cooled on the former president.
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