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TRUMP FOUND GUILTY | REACTION

Meet Kevin2024-05-30
TRUMP#GUILTY#election
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Donald Trump has been convicted on all 34 felony counts, sparking controversy and concerns about the fairness of the trial. Trump claims the trial was rigged and vows to continue fighting for America. The uncertainty surrounding the election results and potential reactions, including fears of violence and protests, is discussed. Supporters warn of attempts to sow doubt on the verdict, while concerns are raised over Trump's potential threat to democracy. Adam Schiff reacts to the guilty verdict, highlighting how ordinary American citizens found him guilty despite his efforts to delay justice. Sentencing is set for July 11th, with potential appeals delaying any resolution until after the election.

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Donald Trump convicted on all 34 counts.
00:42
Controversy arises over trial fairness, with Trump claiming it was rigged.
Sentencing scheduled for July 11th, potential appeals could delay resolution until after the election.
First time a U.S. President found guilty of a felony, sparking speculation on Trump's future.
Secret Service to continue protecting Trump despite conviction.
Uncertainty surrounds election results and potential reactions, including fears of violence and protests similar to January 6th.
05:46
Historic guilty verdict on all 34 counts for Donald Trump leads to mixed emotions and reactions among the public.
Potential appeals, concern about impact on democracy, and conflicting opinions on the trial's fairness are mentioned.
Case closing and jury being free to speak, along with criticisms of the trial being a sham to label Trump as a felon, conclude the segment.
Donald Trump found guilty on all 34 felony counts, facing potential prison time.
11:09
Supporters warn of attempts to sow doubt on verdict and retain power.
Biden campaign emphasizes the importance of voting to prevent Trump's return to office.
Concerns raised over Trump's potential threat to democracy and freedoms.
Michael Cohen set to appear on MSNBC for further analysis.
Adam Schiff reacts to the guilty verdict of former President Donald Trump, emphasizing the rule of law and expressing gratitude for the support of ordinary American citizens.
12:12
Schiff highlights how Trump's efforts to delay justice were unsuccessful, with the surprising guilty verdict contradicting the speaker's prediction of a not guilty outcome.
The speaker provides investment advice and disclaimers, stressing the importance of personal research before making financial decisions.
Schiff discloses potential conflicts of interest related to promoted products and his own investments, urging transparency and caution in financial matters.