Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "York"

25 mentions found

New York CNN —The jury might still be deliberating, but Donald Trump’s media allies have already delivered a verdict to their audiencesThroughout the duration of the Manhattan hush-money trial, Fox News and the rest of MAGA Media have set the stage to absolve Trump in the historic case. Inside this alternate media universe, the actual facts of the case never penetrate the bubble that shields its audiences from detrimental developments for Trump. In the Republican Party, voters absorb their information from outlets like Fox News, which has dishonestly run defense for Trump over the course of the trial. And the study only accounted for Fox News, not the host of other entities that make up the right-wing media universe. It can be tempting to ignore the torrent of attacks Trump’s media allies are launching in their unrelenting efforts to undermine the case.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Steve Bannon, Joe Biden, nefariously, , Biden, Trump’s, it’s, Michael Cohen, David Pecker, , Judge Juan Merchan, Attorney Alvin Bragg, Jesse Watters, Merchan, Organizations: New York CNN, Fox News, MAGA Media, Trump, GOP, National Enquirer, Republican Party, Fox, Manhattan, Attorney, Media Matters Locations: New York, Manhattan
Washington CNN —Former President Donald Trump has uttered multiple false or misleading claims about his Manhattan criminal trial this week as the trial has neared a conclusion. An “advice of counsel” defense typically requires the defendant to waive attorney-client privilege. This Court can not endorse such a tactic.” Therefore, Merchan ruled, Trump could not invoke or even suggest a “presence of counsel” defense in the trial. Prosecutors provided three theories of what unlawful means Trump used. After Merchan refused last week to change his mind, Trump’s defense decided not to call Smith as a witness.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, , Juan Merchan, , MERCHAN, , Merchan, ” Trump, ” Merchan, Defendant, you’ve, It’s, it’s, John Roberts, don’t, ” Lee Kovarsky, Jeremy Herb, doesn’t, didn’t, Brad Smith, Wouldn’t, Bradley Smith, Rather, Smith, Biden, Joe Biden, Attorney Alvin Bragg, Bragg, Matthew Colangelo, Colangelo Organizations: Washington CNN, Manhattan, Fox News, Prosecutors, Federal, University of Texas, Trump, Records, Attorney, Justice Department Locations: New York, York, , Manhattan, York’s
With a month left before drivers start being charged to enter Midtown and downtown Manhattan under New York City’s congestion pricing plan, a new group of challengers is joining a crowded field of critics: truckers. “It’s simply the way that trucks are being targeted.” The suit was filed in federal court in Manhattan. The congestion pricing plan, scheduled to start June 30, will charge fees to most vehicles entering Manhattan on or below 60th Street. Passenger vehicles entering the zone will be charged up to $15 once a day, with some exceptions. Commercial trucks will be charged $24 or $36 per entry, depending on the size of the vehicle and the time of day.
Persons: , Kendra Hems, “ It’s Organizations: Trucking Association of New Locations: Midtown, Manhattan, New York, Trucking Association of New York
Editor's note: This is developing news and will be updated throughout the day. The 12-member jury also has asked to re-hear the instructions on the law it received Wednesday from Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Juan Merchan before they began their first day of deliberations. The judge sent them home for the day after saying they would hear those requests on Thursday. Prosecutors, and Cohen, say that hid the fact that it was actually to prevent Daniels from harming Trump's then-wobbling campaign. "Mother Teresa could not beat these charges," Trump told reporters after jurors began deliberating Tuesday.
Persons: David Pecker, Emil Bove, Donald Trump's, Stormy Daniels, Donald Trump, Trump's, Michael Cohen, Juan Merchan, Trump, reimbursements, Cohen, Daniels, Teresa, Joe Biden Organizations: Republican, Manhattan, Prosecutors Locations: Manhattan, New York City, U.S, New York, Pecker's
Polls consistently show that his support from Black voters has declined to alarming levels for a Democrat. Four years ago, nearly nine in 10 Black voters nationwide cast their ballots for Mr. Biden, according to exit polls. Image Recently, Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris have been speaking directly to Black audiences at multiple events per week. “The Biden campaign is panicking because they see that Black voters aren’t buying what Biden is selling,” Ms. Thomas added. Recently, Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris have been speaking directly to Black audiences at multiple events per week.
Persons: Biden, Donald J, Kamala Harris, Trump, George Floyd’s, ” Mr, Harris, Trump’s, Black, Wes Moore, Austin Davis of, Yuri Gripas, Mr, , Sherry Gay, surrogates, Sheff, Hallow, “ Trump’s MAGA, Janiyah Thomas, , Ms, Thomas, Brown, ” Ms, Michael Nutter, , Michael Gold Organizations: Republican, Black, Democratic, Mr, Gov, Girard College, The New York Times, New York Times, Siena College, Philadelphia Inquirer, Black Democrat, Biden, Bronx, Voters, Supreme, of Education, Morehouse College, Detroit, Democrats, Black voters Locations: Philadelphia, African, Maryland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Atlanta, New York
NEW YORK — New York Federal Reserve President John Williams on Thursday said inflation is still too high but he is confident it will start decelerating later this year. With markets on edge over the direction of monetary policy, Williams offered no clear signs on where he is leaning as far as possible interest rate cuts go. Williams called policy "well-positioned" and "restrictive" and said it is helping the Fed achieve its goals. But higher than expected inflation readings have altered that landscape dramatically, and current pricing is pointing to just one decrease, probably in November. Williams said he expects PCE inflation to drift down to 2.5% this year on its way back to 2% in 2026.
Persons: John Williams, Williams, CNBC's Sara Eisen, Dow Jones Organizations: Federal Reserve Bank of New, York Federal, Economic, of New, Fed, Commerce Department Locations: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York, York, of New York
On its own, the crime of "falsifying business records" in New York is considered a misdemeanor crime. AdvertisementNew York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan explained it clearly in his hourlong instructions to the jury on Wednesday morning. "What you're asking me to do is change the law, and I'm not going to do that," Merchan told Trump's legal team. On Truth Social, Trump posted quotes from Fox News host Jesse Watters, falsely claiming "the jury can pick whatever crime they want." "The other thing, the confusion is, nobody knows what the crime is, because there is no crime," Trump told reporters in the hallway outside the courtroom before he left.
Persons: , Donald Trump's, Stormy Daniels, Trump, Joshua Steinglass, Juan Merchan, Merchan, Justice Juan Merchan, Jane Rosenberg, Emil Bove, I'm, Trump's, Sen, Marco Rubio, Trump —, Jason Miller, Jesse Watters Organizations: Service, Trump, Business, New, Election, Republican, REUTERS, Fox News Locations: New York, Marco Rubio of Florida, Trump
CNBC Daily Open: Dow drops, Nvidia couldn't save Nasdaq
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Treasury yields weigh on Wall StreetThe S&P 500 snapped its three-day winning streak as Treasury yields climbed. Despite Nvidia's continued rise since its earnings report last week, the tech giant couldn't prevent the Nasdaq Composite from falling. Peltz dumps Disney stakeActivist investor Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Persons: Nvidia's, Salesforce, Nelson Peltz, Peltz, Jay Rasulo, Bob Iger, Robert Isom, Vasu Raja, Raja, Korea's Kospi, Hang Seng, CNBC's Brian Evans Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Disney, American Airlines, Treasury, Nikkei, China's CSI, Dow Locations: New York City, Disney, Asia, Pacific, Japan, South Korea, China
New York City is the No. 10 city where homeowners are paying more than renters, according to a May SmartAsset report. The report assessed the difference in monthly costs between owning a home and renting in 343 cities with a population of over 100,000 people. In the top two cities, Berkeley and California, owning costs are up to $2,000 or more per month compared to renting. Homeowners in these areas often pay twice as much as renters, the report states.
Organizations: New, Survey Locations: U.S, New York City, California, Berkeley
Why the Negro League stats belong in the MLB record books
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Harry Enten | )   time to read: +12 min
Fortunately, we got to see other NLB players join an integrated MLB a short time into their careers. Bettmann Archive/Getty ImagesFormer NLB players who joined the integrated MLB got on base more frequently (.361) than the average (.324). Hulton Archive/Getty Images Robinson was a formidable athlete in college, lettering in four sports at UCLA. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Robinson poses in the dugout with Dodgers teammates as he makes his historic debut on April 15, 1947. Rogers Photo Archive/Getty Images Robinson leaps into the air to try to turn a double play in 1952.
Persons: , Major League Baseball’s, Neil Paine, , Todd Peterson, White, Satchel Paige, Dizzy Dean, Mark Rucker, of Famer Dizzy Dean, , Dean, Paige, Willie Mays, Mays, Henry “ Hank ” Aaron, Aaron didn’t, Wes Westrum's, It’s, Don Newcombe, Jackie Robinson, Robinson, Rachel Isum, Johnny, Jorgensen, Harold, Pee Wee, Reese, Eddie Stanky, Rickey, Rogers, Richard Nixon, Paul Schutzer, Edd Roush, Bob Feller, Bill McKechnie, Cliff Welch, Ed Sullivan, Rachel, — Jackie Jr, David, Sharon —, Robert Riger, Jackie Robinson's, Larry Doby –, Hall, Hall of Famer –, Josh Gibson, Gibson’s, Gibson, Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Ruth, We’ll, Larry Doby, Stanley Weston, Doby, Cobb, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Walter Johnson, they’ll Organizations: CNN, Negro League Baseball, Major League, MLB, Negro League, Wrigley Field, White MLB, of Famer, White, Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis, National Leagues, New York Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Polo, Bettmann, Getty, National League, Brooklyn Dodgers, Hulton, UCLA, US Army, Kansas City Monarchs, Negro Leagues, Sporting, Montreal Royals, Dodgers, New York Yankees, GOP, Republican, Hall of Fame, CBS, Freedom, American League, Hall of Famer, Baseball, Cleveland Indians, NL, AL Locations: Chicago, , New York, Cairo , Georgia, Pasadena , California, Los Angeles, New York, Stamford , Connecticut, Williamston , North Carolina, Bettmann, Anaheim , California
The Supreme Court sided with the National Rifle Association on Thursday, saying it could pursue a First Amendment claim against a New York state official who had encouraged companies to stop doing business with it after the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Fla.Justice Sonia Sotomayor, writing for a unanimous court, found that the N.R.A. had plausibly claimed a violation of the First Amendment, sending the case back to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in New York, for further proceedings. The N.R.A., in asking the Supreme Court to hear the case, cited what it described as the enormous regulatory power of the state official, Maria T. Vullo, a former superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services. A court decision siding with Ms. Vullo, the group warned, would open the door to government officials making similar pleas about hot-button issues like abortion and the environment. Ms. Vullo, in court filings, has pushed back again the N.R.A.’s allegations that she undermined the First Amendment.
Persons: Sonia Sotomayor, Maria T, Vullo Organizations: National Rifle Association, U.S ., Appeals, Second Circuit, New York State Department of Financial Services Locations: New York, Parkland, Fla
Mr. Bragg has accused Mr. Trump of concealing a federal campaign finance violation and a state election-law crime. The defense argued that Mr. Trump was a victim of extortion, led by Mr. Cohen. The defense’s main witness was a lawyer linked to Mr. Trump’s circle, Robert J. Costello, who in 2018 had acted as Mr. Cohen’s back channel to Mr. Trump’s legal team. The maximum sentenceThe charges against Mr. Trump are all Class E felonies, the lowest category of felonies in New York. But nothing in the law requires Justice Merchan to imprison Mr. Trump if he’s convicted by a jury.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Stormy Daniels, Trump’s, Michael D, Cohen, Daniels, Alvin L, Bragg, Juan M, Karen McDougal, Playboy’s, , McDougal, Cohen’s, Hope Hicks, Mr, Robert J . Costello, Merchan, Justice Merchan Organizations: Prosecutors, The National Enquirer, Trump Tower, White, Trump, Defense, Mr Locations: New York City, Manhattan, Nevada, New York
A new women's basketball league has attracted a star-studded roster of investors from the media and sports world at a time when ratings and general interest in the WNBA and other professional women's leagues is rising. Unrivaled, the pro women's basketball league founded last year by New York Liberty's Breanna Stewart and Minnesota Lynx's Napheesa Collier of the WNBA, said Thursday that it had closed on a seed funding round ahead of its January launch. Athletes will be given equity in the new league, and Unrivaled said it will also feature contract opportunities that will offer the highest average salary in women's pro sports league history. Many female athletes play in other countries when the WNBA season ends to boost their earnings potential. Unrivaled's season will run from January to March and feature 30 of the top women's basketball players across six teams for a 3-on-3, compressed full court style of play on a soundstage in Miami.
Persons: Napheesa Collier, New York Liberty's Breanna Stewart, John Skipper, Turner, David Levy, Ann Sarnoff, Star Carmelo Anthony, Alex Morgan, David, Skipper, Alex Bazzell, Stewart, Collier Organizations: Minnesota Lynx, New York Liberty, Target, New York, ESPN, Warner Bros, NBA, U.S, soccer, Meadowlark Media, WNBA Locations: Minneapolis , Minnesota, New, Minnesota, U.S, Miami
Mr. Met poses before the game between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Mets at Citi Field. To that end, the Mets will be working on development, production and distribution with Range Sports, a division of entertainment management firm Range Media Partners. Mets owner and hedge fund manager Steve Cohen is a minority investor in Range through his Point72 Ventures fund. The Mets will be focused on a variety of content, Havens said, from players talking about fashion or what they do in the offseason to storytelling around the culture of Mets fans. "That opens up a bunch of new opportunities to engage Mets fans and non-Mets fans," Havens said.
Persons: it's, Steve Cohen, John Malone's Liberty, David Bonderman, Scott Havens, Havens, Pete Alonso, Jorge Lopez, Will Funk, Greg Luckman, Bradley Cooper, Jack Harlow, Brock Purdy, LIV, WWE's, Cohen Organizations: Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, Citi Field, The New York Mets, Major League Baseball, NBA, NFL, Mets, Sports, Range Media Partners, Point72 Ventures, John, John Malone's Liberty Global, TPG, Business, Bloomberg Media, San Francisco 49ers, CW, LIV Golf, ACC football, WWE's NXT Locations: Queens , New York
New York CNN —The most important carmaker in the world right now is the Chinese-owned, Warren Buffett-backed company that has Elon Musk in a pickle. That’s 1,300 miles in one go — hundreds of miles beyond the standard ranges for other hybrids on the market. One: Tesla is America’s best-selling EV, but it’s losing market share overseas to foreign competitors that can make their cars cheaper. China is the world’s biggest auto market, and BYD is its top seller, surpassing Volkswagen last year. In that exchange, Musk responds to an honest question about BYD rivaling Tesla with a smug laugh.
Persons: CNN Business ’, Warren Buffett, Tesla, Musk, BYD Organizations: CNN Business, New York CNN, Elon, Toyota, Wall Street, Volkswagen, Toyota Prius, Bloomberg Locations: New York, Miami, BYD’s Hong Kong, China, United States
Since May 2022, homeownership costs have grown twice as fast as incomes, putting the dream of owning property out of reach for many Americans. During that time, median mortgage payments rose from $2,319 to $2,835, per data provided by Redfin. To get a better sense of how rising prices have affected different markets, Redfin compared mortgage payments for 50 of the largest U.S. cities in May 2022 with May 2024. The city has a rich cultural history and is near Boston and New York, making it a popular market for second homes. Monthly payments increased in places like Ohio and Wisconsin, but are still well below the 2024 national median of $2,835.
Persons: Redfin Organizations: Redfin, CNBC, New, Cleveland, Virginia, Pittsburgh Locations: Providence , Rhode Island, Newark , New Jersey, Anaheim , California, Milwaukee, Brunswick , New Jersey, New York City, Cincinnati , Ohio, Indianapolis, Montgomery County , Pennsylvania, Boston, Columbus , Ohio, Nassau County , New York, Philadelphia, Angeles, Chicago, Virginia Beach , Virginia, Diego, Baltimore, Los Angeles and New York City, New York, Ohio, Wisconsin
CNBC Daily Open: Dow drops, Nvidia can't save Nasdaq
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +3 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Treasury yields weigh on Wall StreetThe S&P 500 snapped its three-day winning streak as Treasury yields climbed. Despite Nvidia's continued rise since its earnings report last week, the tech giant couldn't prevent the Nasdaq Composite from falling. Peltz dumps Disney stakeActivist investor Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, according to a person familiar with the matter. ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance said the deal would immediately grow ConocoPhillips' earnings, cash flow and shareholder returns after the deal closes in the fourth quarter.
Persons: Nvidia's, Salesforce, Nelson Peltz, Peltz, Jay Rasulo, Bob Iger, Ryan Lance, Robert Isom, Vasu Raja, Raja, CNBC's Brian Evans Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Disney, ConocoPhillips, Oil, American Airlines, Dow Locations: New York City, Disney, Texas , New Mexico, North Dakota
WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon speaks at a news conference announcing the WWE Network at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas. Janel Grant, a former employee of World Wrestling Entertainment who in a January lawsuit accused founder Vince McMahon of sex trafficking and abuse, has agreed to temporarily pause her case pending a federal investigation. An attorney for McMahon maintained that the allegations against McMahon were false. WWE and its parent company, TKO , have said that they take Grant's allegations "very seriously." WWE had disclosed last summer that investigators served McMahon with a federal grand jury subpoena and executed a search warrant in July.
Persons: Vince McMahon, Janel Grant, Grant, Ann Callis, McMahon, Jessica Rosenberg, John Laurinaitis, Callis, Laurinaitis Organizations: WWE, WWE Network, World Wrestling Entertainment, NBC News, U.S, Attorney, Southern, of, The Southern, District of Connecticut, World Wrestling Locations: Las Vegas, of New York, U.S
The “exceptional” and “virtually complete” dinosaur fossil, which is 11 feet tall and 20 feet long, will be sold as part of Sotheby’s annual Geek Week. Paleontologists have questioned the sale of such specimens to private bidders, arguing that these finds should be preserved in museums or other public spaces. Nevertheless, that will not stop the auction of the 150-million-year-old fossil from going ahead in New York on July 17. Apex, as it has been nicknamed, is the “finest Stegosaurus specimen to come to market,” Sotheby’s said in a press release Wednesday. It is expected to fetch between $4 million and $6 million, making it one of the most valuable dinosaur fossils ever offered up for sale, the auction house added.
Persons: ” Sotheby’s, Jason Cooper, Sotheby’s, Cooper, , Steve Brusatte, , Sotheby’s Brusatte, “ Sophie, Cassandra Hatton, Maximus ”, Stan Organizations: CNN, Apex, Scotland’s University of Edinburgh, Geek, Abu Dhabi Department of Culture Locations: New York, Apex, Colorado, Morrison, Moffat County , Colorado, Dinosaur, Sotheby’s, Sotheby’s New York, Abu Dhabi, Tourism
Read previewScrolling through the profiles on OkCupid, Anna Akbari was drawn to a man who seemed handsome, witty, and highly intelligent. He was a catfisher — a person who fakes their online identity to trick victims into thinking they are someone else. He'd sent her a forged driving license, power points from his supposed job, and even copies of papers he claimed to have written at MIT. "We didn't know who this person was or why they were doing it," Akbari told BI. "Emily was Ethan, and Ethan was Emily," Akbari wrote in the book.
Persons: , Anna Akbari, They'd, Akbari, — Ethan Schuman, MIT —, Schuman, Ethan, Gchat, — Schuman, he'd, Warren Talmarkes, I'd, didn't, Gina Dallago, She'd, Dallago, Anna, He'd, they'd, Emily Slutsky, who'd, Emily, Slutsky Organizations: Service, Columbia University, MIT, Business, New York University, BI, Skype, Grand, Valentine's, Facebook, Grand Central Publishing, Columbia Locations: Washington, DC, New York, Ireland, Irish, Akbari, New York City, Japan, Columbia, Cork
Tesla is rehiring some of the nearly 500 Supercharger staff members Musk fired in April as a cost-saving measure amid challenging times at the EV company, Bloomberg reported earlier this month. Advertisement"Desperate times call for desperate measures," Musk told CNBC's David Faber in May 2023. At Tesla, for example, Musk told his employees that he would personally approve all new hires, according to an email obtained by Business Insider. Musk is also known to have fired employees who disagreed with his decisions. Other former Twitter employees and executives have sued Musk, accusing him of unpaid severance pay.
Persons: , Elon Musk, Tesla, Musk, CNBC's David Faber, Lex Fridman, Walter Isaacson, Musk's, Alec Levenson, " Levenson, Spencer Platt, Levenson, that's, Weeks, Kali Hays Organizations: Service, EV, Bloomberg, Twitter, Business, SpaceX, University of Southern California Marshall Center, BI, Tesla, New York Times, National Labor Relations, NLRB, Musk's SpaceX, Twitter's Locations: York
I moved to Los Angeles about five years ago from San Francisco, and I previously lived in New York City and Chicago. LA lacks great parks compared to other cities like San Francisco and New York City. It doesn't feel urban the way cities like NYC or SF do — I don't feel an urban buzz or excitement. I don't feel any sense of communityI don't feel a strong sense of community in LA. Because it's such a driving culture, I don't interact with people as much as I do in other cities I've lived in.
Persons: , Stevie Howell, It's, I've, Frederic Olmstead, Manseen Logan Organizations: Service, Business, San Francisco and New Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, California, LA, Venice, San Francisco and, San Francisco and New York City, Southern California,
Read previewThe jury in Donald Trump's criminal hush-money trial had a specific request before starting deliberations on Thursday — they asked to hear again what they described in a note as the judge's "rain metaphor" instruction. It advises a jury that they can infer that it's raining — by seeing someone's wet umbrella, for example — even if they don't see the rain themselves. The "rain metaphor," as the jury note called it, is often used by judges in jury instructions. AdvertisementOn Wednesday afternoon, they asked for the judge to read back roughly a half-hour of testimony. After the judge completed his recitation of the jury instructions, two of the court stenographers re-read portions of the testimony.
Persons: , Donald Trump's, Juan Merchan, Merchan, scribbled, Trump, Stormy Daniels, Daniels, Donald Trump, MARK PETERSON, Getty Images Trump, Michael Cohen, stenographers, David Pecker Organizations: Service, Business, New, Trump, Getty Images, Election, National Enquirer Locations: raincoats
Trump guilty in hush money trial of all 34 felony counts
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Dan Mangan | )   time to read: +2 min
Former President Donald Trump appears in Manhattan Criminal Court, Thursday, May 30, 2024, in New York. A New York jury on Thursday found former President Donald Trump guilty of all 34 felony charges of falsifying business records related to a hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels by his then-personal lawyer before the 2016 election. Trump is the first former U.S. president to be found guilty of any crime. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Jr., whose office is prosecuting Trump, entered the courtroom after the note was sent out. Cohen testified during the trial that Trump directed him to pay off Daniels before the 2016 election to prevent her story from damaging his presidential campaign.
Persons: Donald Trump, Daniels, Trump, Juan Merchan, Attorney Alvin Bragg Jr, Michael Cohen, Cohen, David Pecker Organizations: Manhattan Criminal, New, Manhattan, Attorney, National Enquirer, Trump, Trump Organization, fixer Locations: Manhattan, New York, U.S, Merchan
Trump’s vigilAs Merchan laid out his instructions for the first time on Wednesday, Trump watched from the defense lawyers’ table. Trump’s routine — aimed at voters as he seeks to delegitimize the case before the jury makes up its mind — is getting old. One new wrinkle Wednesday was his warning that the jury instructions could doom his defense. These charges are rigged.”The jury hears none of this, so it’s clear Trump is playing an outside political game. Two of the jurors are attorneys and could potentially give deliberations some structure, according to Jeff Swartz, a former Florida judge.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, tugging, David Pecker, Michael Cohen, Stormy Daniels, Cohen, , Daniels, Juan Merchan, what’s, doesn’t, it’s, Elie Honig, Merchan, Todd Blanche, , CNN’s Kristen Holmes, Joe Biden, , Theresa, Jeff Swartz, ” Swartz, Organizations: CNN, mull, Trump, Prosecutors, Manhattan, Attorney’s Office, New York City —, Boeing, GOP Locations: Manhattan, Ireland, New York, New York City, West Harlem, Florida
Total: 25