The Supreme Court does not rule on Trump's immunity claim

The Supreme Court does not rule on Trump's immunity claim

Because of the Supreme Court's decision, the federal court in Washington, D.C., will now have to hear the case first. This case was scheduled to begin on January 9.

By immediately referring the case to the Supreme Court, Special Prosecutor Jack Smith wanted to speed things up. “This case concerns issues of exceptional national importance,” Smith justified his request. “This case must therefore be decided quickly so that prosecution can proceed if the suspect’s request for immunity is denied.” On the other hand, Trump requested that the case be dropped.

The former US president is accused of trying to illegally influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Supporters of the former president stormed the Capitol building on January 6, 2021. Congress had met there to officially confirm Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Trump had previously incited his supporters during a speech. Five people were killed in the riots.

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