Trump's Fourth Indictment
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Donald Trump was charged with 13 felonies in Georgia yesterday, including forgery, filing false documents and racketeering. Eighteen others in his circle were indicted as well, all tied to the alleged attempt to overturn the outcome in Georgia’s 2020 Presidential Election. To break down the charges, we’re joined by Morgan Cloud, professor of law at Emory University who specializes in Georgia’s RICO statute. And in headlines: the official death toll from the deadly Maui wildfires has climbed to 99, a Montana judge ruled that young people in the state have a constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment, and parents in Florida must sign off on their kids being called any name other than what’s on their birth certificate.
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