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Trump tells judge he may try to move Georgia election interference case to federal court

  • Former President Donald Trump may seek to have his Georgia election interference criminal case moved to federal court from state court, according to his lawyer. This move could potentially give Trump an advantage by having a more politically diverse jury pool and the ability to claim immunity from prosecution as a former president.
  • Trump and 18 other defendants were indicted last month on charges related to an alleged conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia. All the defendants have pleaded not guilty.
  • Several of Trump's co-defendants, including his former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, have already filed petitions to move their cases to federal court. A judge is expected to rule on these petitions in the coming weeks.
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