Legal threats range from investigations into his business dealings in New York to possible obstruction of justice charges – but all come with a political costAt noon on 20 January, presuming he doesn’t have to be dragged out of the White House as a trespasser, Donald Trump will make one last walk across the South Lawn, take his seat inside Marine One, and be gone. Continue reading...
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