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WATCH: Here Are The First Jurors In The So-Called ‘Hush Money’ Case

Do I think President Trump can get a fair trial in the leftist stronghold of Manhattan, New York? Absolutely not.

I am far from the only one thinking this either, and it is an absurdity to expect fairness when scores of prospective jurors are already saying they can’t be impartial.

New York City might possibly be the worst possible venue for this and any other Trump-related cases barring California and Washington DC of course.

The first several jurors in the so-called ‘hush money‘ case have been revealed; not their names, obviously, but their descriptive profiles have been made public.

Jesse Watters of Fox News shared his concerns with some of the jurors who were selected:

The Hill explained the tedious jury selection process:

The judge, along with prosecutors and Trump’s defense team, whittled down an initial group of 96 potential jurors starting Monday afternoon.

They answered a questionnaire asking them about everything from where they lived to what news they consumed.

MSNBC also reported: “At least 50 prospective jurors were dismissed for saying they can’t be fair and impartial in Donald Trump’s hush money trial. One of the first four potential jurors was immediately dismissed after affirming they do have strong feelings about Trump or his presidential candidacy.”

Daily Mail highlighted:

There were indications that finding 12 impartial jurors could take up to two weeks.

More than 500 potential jurors arrived at court to see if they are needed for the trial that could last up to six weeks.


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