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Trump and aides face charges in Georgia election interference case

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Evan Vucci
President Trump says it would be great for the justice system if courts would "do what's right."

On Monday morning, former President Donald Trump faced 78 counts in three indictments. But by the end of the day, Fani Willis, the District Attorney in Fulton County, Georgia, added 13 more counts to the list of charges facing the 2024 presidential hopeful. 18 other former lawyers and aides are included as coconspirators in the indictment.

Tom's first guest is legal scholar Jose Anderson, who is on the faculty of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he is the Dean Joseph Curtis Professor of Law.

Later in the show, he talks with Isaac Arnsdorf, national political reporter for the Washington Post about the political implications of the indictment.

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