New York hush mon­ey tri­al is ‘weak­est’ case Trump faces: Sarah Bed­ford

New York hush money trial is ‘weakest’ case Trump faces: Sarah Bedford

The Wash­ing­ton Examiner’s Sarah Bed­ford sug­gest­ed for­mer Pres­i­dent and cur­rent Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Don­ald Trump’s hush mon­ey tri­al in New York will like­ly have “the least impact” of all the crim­i­nal tri­als he faces.
While appear­ing on Your World with Neil Cavu­to, Bed­ford not­ed that while the hush mon­ey tri­al is the “weak­est” case against him, a con­vic­tion could sway vot­ers in swing states ahead of the 2024 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion.

“There are polls, Neil, that show that some vot­ers who have said that they cur­rent­ly plan to vote for Don­ald Trump might change their vote if he’s con­vict­ed of a felony. That’s what’s at stake in this case,” Bed­ford said. “Alvin Bragg, who is an elect­ed Demo­c­rat, has struc­tured the case so mis­de­meanor charges could be bumped up to felonies here. That could sway s …