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The Daily BeastFeb 21, 2024
Alvin Bragg's Case Against Trump Is Stronger Than You Think
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyFormer President Donald J. Trump just can't shake Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg off him. While Trump is on the verge of successfully delaying his federal criminal prosecutions until well into the red zone of the 2024 election, or even after the election, the New York state election interference trial is now scheduled to start on March 25. The case is a strong one and will have excellent jury appeal—especially to a jury drawn from a savvy and mostly liberal Manhattan jury pool. Here's why so much of the criticism about Bragg's prosecution lacks merit.

The Manhattan District Attorney has brought 34 felony counts against Trump for falsifying business records to cover up the fact he made "hush money" payments to actress Stormy Daniels to try to stop her from going public with their affair—this on the heels of Trump's well-publicized comments to Access Hollywood where he bragged about grabbing women by their genitals and how he


The Daily BeastFeb 21, 2024
Newsmax Trashes Florida GOP Bills Targeting the ‘Liberal Media'
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyNewsmax has joined the legions of conservative media outlets and figures who have trashed a pair of Florida GOP bills that ostensibly aim to curb so-called "liberal media" by loosening the definition of defamation.

"Newsmax strongly opposes both bills and any proposed law that makes it easy to sue media companies," Chris Ruddy, Newsmax's CEO, said in a statement to The Daily Beast. "Free speech and a free press are the most fundamental of our constitutional rights and must be zealously safeguarded." (Newsmax maintains a headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, and Ruddy is a West Palm Beach native and a friend of former President Donald Trump.)

The bills—House Bill 757 and its Florida Senate companion, SB 1780—would lower the threshold for defamation in Florida, allowing public officials to sue journalists and media outlets if an anonymous source says something the official believes to be false. The bills passed out of a Florida House committee on Wednesday in a 14-7 vote, and it is next headed to a Florida House vote.

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