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Svante Myrick Quoted on Ways Donald Trump Doesn’t Become President Again - Raw Story

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With the weight of criminal accusations having grown overnight for former President Donald Trump — now accused of a criminal conspiracy to overturn election results in Georgia — is he headed to another election loss in 2024?

Or might the current Republican front runner go out a different way?

At present, Trump stands accused of 91 charges in four felony cases, testing his political death-defying ability.


But with a third of the Supreme Court being Trump appointees, Svante Myrick, president of People For the American Way and former mayor of Ithaca, N.Y., said he could see the Court ruling in Trump’s favor and allowing him to serve any legal consequences at a later time.

“Uncharted legal territory with stakes this high means questions like that usually get kicked up to the Supreme Court. Given that, Donald Trump appointed three members of the Supreme Court on a six-person ultra conservative majority, I think the most likely scenario is that he's allowed to stand for office, and if he wins, he could avoid or at least delay paying his debt to society,” Myrick said.

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