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The Staggering Success of Trump’s Trial Delay Tactics


For former President Donald J. Trump, 2024 was supposed to be dominated by criminal trials. Instead, he’s found ways to delay almost all of them.

Alan Feuer, who covers the criminal cases against Mr. Trump for The Times, explains how he did it.

Guest: Alan Feuer, who covers extremism and political violence for The New York Times.

Background reading: 

  • On Wednesday, Donald J. Trump lost his third try in a week to delay his upcoming Manhattan trial.
  • But stalling has worked for Mr. Trump in the past.

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 April 11, 2024  28m