Reporting and analysis on the inquiries, trials, and criminal probes facing former President Donald Trump. From the Jan. 6 insurrection and Georgia election interference, to the ongoing question of classified documents - and beyond - host Scott Detrow, political editor Domenico Montanaro and legal experts dive deep every week to explore the news inside the courtrooms and the stakes for American democracy.Support NPR's reporting by subscribing to Trump's Trials+ and unlock sponsor-free listening. Learn more at plus.npr.org/trumpstrials
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This week on Trump's Trials, host Scott Detrow and Domenico Montanaro are joined by a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and author of three books about Trump David Cay Johnston. more
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While I like that NPR is doing a show dedicated to these trials, please make more of an effort to be nonpartisan. Having a guest comment that she’s “rethinking her life choices” because Ron DeSantis agrees with her on a legal point is not a good look, nor what drew me to this podcast. I think the public want more of the legal explanations and nuances behind these trials rather than hearing one side’s repeatedly characterized as “dumb.” Make that one improvement, and this is a slam dunk.
Good weekly show, give some good insight and analysis on the Trump trials.
It is very frustrating to listen to this podcast because it conveys incorrect information. For instance, the district courts decision on presidential immunity in the criminal case is described on the podcast as based on the former president acts being not part of his official duties as president, but instead as a candidate. But that is not at all what the district court said. The district court said there is no presidential immunity whatsoever from criminal prosecution. In a separate civil case ... more
There's nothing deranging about this at all. Trump was and still is a serious threat to democracy. I'm surprised he isn't behind bars yet.
NPR should be changed their name to TDS. The NPR podcast is nothing but re-runs bc they can't do anything but focus on Trump. No wonder the ads for NPR are "we need money" bc nobody buying this garbage "journalism."
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