Trump Sentencing Delayed to September 18 Delighting Supporters

Former President Donald Trump’s sentencing got postponed, much to the delight of his supporters. The judge pushed back the hearing to September 18, granting Trump another chance to navigate the legal labyrinth he’s found himself in.

The delay came after Trump’s legal team requested more time, citing recent Supreme Court rulings on presidential immunity. New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg didn’t oppose the rescheduling, playing into Trump’s hands for now.

The Supreme Court ruling emphasized that former presidents should have immunity for their official acts while in office. This distinction is crucial, as the court outlined that actions falling outside a president’s constitutional responsibilities are fair game for legal scrutiny.

With Trump’s fate hanging in the balance, his defense is banking on leveraging these legal nuances to possibly dismiss his conviction. As the countdown to September 18 begins, all eyes are on how this legal drama will unfold.

Written by Staff Reports

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