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Donald Trump sat silently in court as a room full of strangers tore him apart

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Trump’s trial sees him face unfiltered opinions, including being called racist, sexist, and narcissist. He’s required to remain silent and seated, unable to use his phone or adjust room temperature. The jury, including those who dislike him, will decide on his 34 felony counts related to a sex scandal cover-up. The jury lost two members due to concerns about their identities being public. Prosecutors accuse Trump of violating a gag order, particularly when claiming on social media that “undercover liberal activists” were lying to get on the jury. Prosecutors request a fine for each violation. Trump’s lawyer disputes these claims, arguing his responses are political. Prosecutors refuse to disclose their first three witnesses due to Trump’s tweets about them.

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