Former President Donald Trump‘s indictments will not push him off the marketing campaign path … he might use the authorized drama to catapult himself again to the presidency, even when he is convicted.
Loyola Legislation Faculty Professor Jessica Levinson joined us Friday on “TMZ Stay,” to interrupt down the 38-count federal indictment — it is the primary ever towards a former President, however she says if he performs it proper, it will not block his path to a 2024 victory.
What’s most stunning, maybe, is Levinson says even when Trump loses in court docket — he is additionally dealing with a NY state indictment — there’s nothing within the Structure barring him from serving his time period in a jail cell.
With all that in thoughts, Jessica thinks it ought to come all the way down to a easy query — do people wish to again a candidate who may very well be doing time whereas operating the nation?
She additionally clues us in on a possible tactic Trump’s opponents might use to get a few of his supporters.
As we reported, Trump was indicted as soon as once more Friday for allegedly taking containers upon containers of categorized paperwork when he left the White Home, and stashed them at Mar-a-Lago — a few of them had been saved in a toilet.
He is accused of breaking 7 totally different legal guidelines, together with a whopping 31 counts of willful retention of nationwide protection info.
Trump acquired in entrance of Friday’s indictment, posting a rant on Fact Social the day earlier than — blaming President Biden for orchestrating a political witch hunt.