Donald Trump could become the first former president in US history to face criminal indictment. Eagerly awaiting the grand jury in Stormy Daniels’ case will rule that the 76-year-old stand trial for paying hush money to the former porn actress.
If the lay panel of the Manhattan District Court denies filing charges and Trump evades a trial, as has so often happened in the past, that does not mean that he will be spared the historic legal stigma for good. Because the Republican still has a whole series of other investigations to deal with that could bring him to the dock.
Donald Trump sees himself as a political victim
Since it is not easy to keep track of all the legal problems Trump is dealing with, you will find the five investigations with the greatest possible consequences for his political and private future in the photo gallery above.
Trump himself has repeatedly and vehemently denied any wrongdoing in all cases. He has lashed out at prosecutors and investigators, claiming that any investigation into him is a political witch hunt by the Democratic Party and biased left-leaning judicial officials.
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