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Donald Trump faces chaotic court schedule

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Running a presidential campaign in the United States is an exhaustive endeavor under ordinary circumstances.

However, when coupled with multiple indictments and the looming threat of both civil and criminal trials, the challenge becomes unprecedented. This is the current reality for former President Donald Trump.

Engaging in a presidential campaign involves a ceaseless stream of campaigning and fundraising, navigating through state primaries to secure the party’s nomination, and then facing the intense scrutiny of a national media during the general election campaign.

The campaign includes debates, carefully planned policy speeches, and the spectacle of the nominating convention, which can bring both celebration and unexpected political upheaval. While the first presidential nomination contest is scheduled for January in Iowa, the Republican presidential race has already gained momentum. Monthly debates for eligible candidates are set to commence, with the first debate occurring next week in Wisconsin.

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Trump’s potential participation in these debates presents a glimpse into the intricate balance he must strike between legal challenges and political aspirations. He is expected to appear in an Atlanta courthouse in the coming week for his arraignment on charges related to the Georgia 2020 election interference, coinciding with the Republican primary debate.

While much of Trump’s legal and political proceedings are anticipated to unfold in 2024, a civil fraud lawsuit against him and his business empire is slated for trial on October 2nd, 2023. This lawsuit by New York state could pose as a distraction and falls just five days after the second Republican primary debate.

The year 2024 will intensify the challenges for Trump. The Iowa caucuses, a crucial Republican presidential selection event, are scheduled for January 15th – the same day a defamation trial against Trump begins. In the backdrop, the legal proceedings continue: the New York hush-money case is set for March, followed by a federal case involving mishandling classified documents in May.

Two criminal indictments are also pending, with Special Counsel Jack Smith aiming for a January trial on the 2020 election interference case. Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis plans for a racketeering case against Trump and co-defendants within six months. The judges overseeing these cases will take into consideration both legal and campaign timelines, striving to create a feasible schedule.

The latter half of 2024 introduces additional challenges, such as the Republican National Convention and traditional presidential debates. The potential for legal proceedings to overlap with the November presidential election is becoming a real concern.

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Nintendo’s live presentation sets the stage to end the financial year with a bang

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PlayStation 5 has received a fresh Discord update, enhancing your social gaming experience. Connect with friends, join voice chats, and stay in the loop directly from your console.

Prepare for a thrilling showcase packed with game reveals, exclusive trailers, and updates on your favourite Nintendo franchises.

Whether you’re a fan of Mario, Zelda, or new indie titles, this Direct promises to deliver something for everyone. Mark your calendars and get ready for a gaming extravaganza!

Emily Leaney joins to discuss the latest.

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U.S. advocates for tobacco-style warning labels on social media platforms

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In an attempt to safeguard adolescent mental health, the U.S. Surgeon General has advocated for the implementation of warning labels on social media platforms.

On this episode of Ticker Hot Shots – U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy looks to implement warnings on social media platforms, Adobe get sued over hidden payments, a micro-EV slots into the urban market and the Pope attends G7 to warn over the use of AI.

Ticker’s Mike Loder and Veronica Dudo discuss. #featured #trending

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China & Australia are working to strengthen ties amid panda and wine diplomacy

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Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Chinese Premier Li Li Qiang engaged in discussions concerning trade relations and human rights during a recent diplomatic meeting.

The talks aimed to address key issues affecting the economic and political relationship between the two nations.

Albanese emphasised the importance of maintaining a constructive dialogue despite recent tensions, highlighting Australia’s commitment to fostering mutually beneficial trade partnerships with China.

Professor Tim Harcourt from UTS joins to discuss. #featured #trending #global view

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