US Appeals Court Rules Former President Trump Not Immune from Federal Election Case Prosecution

A U.S. appeals court has determined that former President Donald Trump is not shielded by presidential immunity from prosecution in a case related to the federal 2020 election. This ruling counters Trump’s appeal, which was considered by some to be the weakest among multiple legal challenges he faces. Trump has the option to appeal this decision to the U.S. Supreme Court within two weeks.

  • The U.S. appeals court ruled that Donald Trump does not have immunity from prosecution.
  • The ruling pertains to charges in the federal 2020 election case.
  • The notion of presidential immunity in this context has been rejected by the court.
  • Trump has a two-week period to appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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