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JUST IN: Donald Trump Indicted on All Charges in Hush Money Trial




By Sunday Onye, senior correspondent

In a landmark verdict, a New York jury has convicted former US President Donald Trump on all 34 charges related to falsifying business records to conceal a payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels. This historic conviction, the first of its kind for a former US president, comes just five months before the election where Trump seeks to regain the presidency.

The jury delivered the verdict on Thursday, finding Trump guilty of all charges stemming from his efforts to silence Daniels about their alleged affair. Trump, 77, is likely to appeal the conviction, but the outcome marks a significant milestone in the legal proceedings against him.

The trial, which began in March, centered on Trump’s alleged role in falsifying business records to hide a $130,000 payment made to Daniels in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election. The payment was made by Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, who has since cooperated with investigators.

Trump’s conviction on all charges is a significant development in the ongoing legal battles facing the former president, who has denied any wrongdoing in this case and others. The outcome of this trial may have implications for Trump’s political future and his bid to regain the White House.

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