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Trump’s trials: How much jeopardy is he really in?

Accusations of election manipulation and the mishandling of classified documents are just a few of the criminal charges former President Donald Trump faces across four criminal trials as the race for the White House gets underway. But is he really in jeopardy or will he succeed in turning his legal woes to his political advantage?

00:00 - How much jeopardy is Trump really in?
00:31 - The cases
03:05 - The risks
04:02 - Trump’s campaign

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