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Lauren Boebert suggests how Trump's trials would "go away"

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    10% Center

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    65% ReliableFair

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95% : We love you President Trump!"Newsweek reached out to Trump's campaign via email Monday night for comment on Boebert's post.
47% : "Trump's defense team on Monday made two different requests for the former president to be excused from attending trial in the coming weeks: one day next week so he could attend the U.S. Supreme Court hearing on his presidential immunity claims in his other criminal cases, and another in May so he could attend the high school graduation of his youngest son, Barron Trump.New York State Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan immediately denied Trump's request to miss the trial on April 25 to hear arguments before the justices, telling the defense team, "I will see him here next week.
43% : "The latest election interference stunt requires DJT [Donald J. Trump] to be in court, in person, for a possible 6-8 week trial, keeping him off of the campaign trail," Boebert, a Republican ally to Trump, wrote on X."Remember, this trial and all the others would go away if Trump just quit," she continued.
38% : That I'm not in Georgia, or Florida, or North Carolina campaigning like I should be," Trump said.
37% : The case marks the first of the four criminal indictments filed against Trump to head for trial, as he campaigns for reelection.
37% : "Merchan did not rule on whether Trump could be excused on May 17 for his Barron's ceremony, saying the decision will depend "on if we are on time and where we are in the trial.
34% : Trump has repeatedly characterized his list of legal challenges as a form of election interference, accusing prosecutors and judges of working on behalf of President Joe Biden's campaign ahead of the November election.
32% : "Trump griped about Merchan's decision to not let him attend the Supreme Court hearing while speaking with the media as he left the courthouse.
29% : Trump has also said that he plans to testify in his own defense.
16% : A handful of X users responded to Boebert's post, dismissing ideas that Trump's charges were politically motivated, including one user who wrote back, "Trump could also just plead guilty and save us the time and money.
15% : Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert said that the legal challenge against Donald Trump would disappear if the former president decided to "just quit" his run for a second term in the White House.
11% : "Florida Representative Byron Donalds, member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, also told NewsNation Monday morning that the case against Trump "is going to backfire to a large degree.

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