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We Are Still a Long Way From Justice for Donald Trump

Nation Weekly
August 4, 2023
“Trump is a symptom, not the cause,” writes national affairs correspondent Joan Walsh. “But he’s certainly making everything worse.”

Trump’s latest indictment, for his involvement in the January 6 insurrection, is the most severe of those leveled against him. But that doesn’t mean it’s time to celebrate: “We are still going to have to do the heavy lifting next year and treasure our dreams of Trump in prison a little longer,” Walsh says. “If Trump loses the election, he will go to prison,” but we can’t be so sure of that yet.

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