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House Democrats Push for Trump Trial to be Televised

House Democrats have introduced a resolution urging the Judicial Conference, the U.S. courts’ policymaking body, to permit the broadcasting of former President Donald Trump’s federal trial related to the 2020 election.

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The resolution was introduced by Rep. Brendan Boyle of Pennsylvania and is co-sponsored by six other Democrats, including Rep. Adam Schiff of California.

The resolution highlights Trump’s not guilty plea to four counts related to his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election and his involvement in the January 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection. It accuses Trump of spreading misinformation and conspiring to undermine the legitimate election results.

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Despite various legal challenges, the resolution emphasizes that the claims have been refuted by judges, state election officials, and the Department of Homeland Security. Rep. Schiff emphasized the importance of transparency and timely access to accurate information about the trials, considering their significance to democratic institutions. Federal courts generally do not allow cameras, with only a few exceptions.

The resolution aims to enable the American public to have access to the trial proceedings. John Lauro, Trump’s attorney, expressed support for televising the trials, asserting that the Biden administration might not want the truth to be revealed.

He criticized a protective order that, according to him, aims to prevent the dissemination of important case information to the press..

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