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Trump's New York hush-money criminal trial could overlap with state's presidential primary

  • New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed a bill to set the state's presidential primary for April 2, which could create a chaotic calendar for former President Trump, who is currently facing multiple criminal and civil trials in New York and other states.
  • Primary elections are scheduled for March 19 in several states, and Pennsylvania's state Senate has also approved a bill to move their primary to the same date. These developments add to the uncertainty and competition in the race for the Republican nomination, where Trump is currently leading.
  • The signing of the bill highlights the extraordinary scenario where a former U.S. President faces criminal charges and multiple legal battles, including allegations of fraudulent misstatement of assets and defamation.
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