TWELVE jurors are selected in the Trump trial

Apr 18, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    62% Very Conservative

  • Reliability

    5% ReliablePoor

  • Policy Leaning

    98% Extremely Conservative

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Bias Score Analysis

The A.I. bias rating includes policy and politician portrayal leanings based on the author’s tone found in the article using machine learning. Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral.

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Overall Sentiment

-40% Negative

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"The woman said: 'Yesterday alone, I had friends, colleagues, and family push things to my phone, questioning my identity as a juror."
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-2% Liberal
"Martin did not travel in the same SUV as Trump but was part of the convoy of cars that followed."
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-10% Liberal
"She was carrying her shoes as she entered the vehicleDeputy communications chief Margo Martin gets into a convoy vehicleThe latest juror to be dismissed was a grandfather and IT consultant who had previously told the court he finds Trump 'fascinating'."
Negative
-10% Liberal
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

49% : The woman said: 'Yesterday alone, I had friends, colleagues, and family push things to my phone, questioning my identity as a juror.
45% : Martin did not travel in the same SUV as Trump but was part of the convoy of cars that followed.
45% : She was carrying her shoes as she entered the vehicleDeputy communications chief Margo Martin gets into a convoy vehicleThe latest juror to be dismissed was a grandfather and IT consultant who had previously told the court he finds Trump 'fascinating'.
44% : It was uncovered by lawyers that he may have taken down conservative political posters in the 1990s.
42% : In a post on Truth Social on Wednesday night Trump quoted Fox News host Jesse Watters.
42% : The order prohibits Trump from 'making or directing others to make public statements about any prospective juror or any juror.'Trump aide Natalie Harp on her way to court for day three of jury selectionTrump headed to court for the third day of jury selectionJudge Juan M. Merchan has issued a gag order against TrumpCNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said the post 'was 'clearly barred by the gag order in this case.'He added: 'Criminal defendants have different and lesser rights than ordinary citizens.
38% : Shortly after Trump arrived the judge told the court that a female juror had 'conveyed after sleeping on it overnight' that she 'had concerns about her ability to be fair and impartial'.
37% : Prosecutors say Trump obscured the true nature of the payments in internal records when his company reimbursed Cohen, who pleaded guilty to federal charges in 2018 and is expected to be a star witness for the prosecution.
35% : The jury selection process has moved more quickly than expected and Trump has complained that Judge Merchan, is "rushing" the trial.
34% : Trump has denied having a sexual encounter with Daniels, and his lawyers argue the payments to Cohen were legitimate legal expenses.
28% : Judge Merchan has ordered Trump not to attack potential jurors in the case.
26% : Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records and has pleaded not guilty.
24% : Meanwhile, Trump could face a showdown with Judge Merchan over a social media post.
10% : Trump in court for day three of jury selection in his hush money trialFormer president Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower on his way to Manhattan criminal court, Thursday, April 18, 2024Stormy Daniels appears at an event, May 23, 2018, in West Hollywood, CaliforniaIn this courtroom sketch, Judge Juan M. Merchan presides over former U.S. President Donald Trump's trial in a Manhattan criminal court in New YorkThe case centers on a $130,000 payment that Trump's lawyer and personal fixer, Michael Cohen, made shortly before the 2016 election to porn actor Stormy Daniels to prevent her claims of a sexual encounter with Trump from becoming public.

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