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FEATURING COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER - Former President and soon-to-be Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump was convicted last week on 34 felony charges in a hush-money incident that took place ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Newspaper headlines screamed “TRUMP GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS” and media reports relied on superlatives such as “historic” and “unprecedented” to label the unanimous jury verdict. Given that Trump has been unusually adept at avoiding accountability for a staggering number of alleged crimes, the verdict caused shockwaves. 

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