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FEATURING CHRIS WINTERS - The first Republican Party candidate debate for the 2024 presidential election featured Donald Trump in spirit but not in person. Most of the gathered candidates raised their hands when asked if they would support the former president if he were to win their party’s nomination–they would do so even if he is convicted of crimes. Trump faces a whopping 91 felony charges.

YES! Magazine’s Senior Editor Chris Winters writes that if that sounds like a lot, “it’s because Donald Trump was excessive in committing crimes in multiple jurisdictions.”

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