Jonathan Turley Gives Trump Prosecutors Terrible News

Legal scholar Jonathan Turley contends that federal prosecutors targeting former President Donald Trump are struggling to make a strong case before the Supreme Court.

The arguments revolve around the extent of presidential immunity, with Trump claiming protection for actions during and after his time in office.

Turley criticizes the prosecutors for relying on vague criteria and subjective motivations, warning against unchecked governmental power. He and others believe the court will seek a middle ground between immunity and accountability. The outcome could have far-reaching implications for future presidential prosecutions.

If the justices decide on further proceedings, it could impact ongoing trials and potentially delay any resolution until after the upcoming election.

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