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Here is the public Donald Trump indictment for you to read

Trump tried to delay hush-money payment until after 2016 election, indictment says

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The indictment against former President Donald Trump has been publicly released, marking a significant moment in the ongoing legal case against him.

According to prosecutors, Trump was involved in an illegal scheme to suppress negative information about his campaign, including an unlawful payment of $130,000 to silence women who claimed to have had affairs with him.

The indictment alleges that Trump committed the crime of falsifying business records in order to benefit his candidacy.

This marks the first time that Trump and his legal team will have access to the full extent of the charges against him and the evidence that prosecutors will use in the trial.

The charges stem from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s investigation into hush-money payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump maintains his innocence, and his lawyers have vowed to contest the charges and seek their dismissal.


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