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Political impact of convictions against Trump, Hunter Biden

Season 2024 Episode 164 | 4m 01s

The guilty verdict in the Hunter Biden case comes in the middle of his father’s reelection campaign and two weeks after presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump was found guilty on 34 felony counts in his hush money criminal case. Laura Barrón-López explores the political implications of the convictions.

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