Judge Postpones Trump’s Georgia Election Fraud Trial, Likely Until 2024

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Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee has ruled that the 2020 election fraud case against Former President Donald Trump and 18 other co-defendants will be split into at least two trials.  McAfee’s decision to split the trial means that Trump will not be tried with his attorneys Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro, both of whom requested “speedy trials,” Their cases will start in October. The judge noted that the Fulton County courthouse isn’t equipped to manage a trial with 19 defendants, which would create “chaos” when it comes to choosing a jury. “The Fulton County Courthouse simply…

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