The Hill reports:
Legal experts say the Supreme Court is unlikely to intercede in the criminal cases against former President Trump to stave off convictions on multiple felony counts, even though Trump appointed three of the six justices on the conservative-leaning court.
The experts The Hill spoke with are more divided, however, on the question of whether the Supreme Court is likely to hear an appeal if Trump is indeed convicted in the District of Columbia’s federal court or Southern Florida’s District Court.
The likelihood of Trump’s legal team getting a conviction or multiple convictions thrown out by the Supreme Court or the D.C. Circuit Court will depend largely on the procedural decisions handed down by D.C. District Judge Tanya Chutkan and Southern Florida District Judge Aileen Cannon.
Read the full article. Trump’s rant from Friday is below.
Deranged crooked Trump wants the supreme court to “intercede” in his legal cases because he’s “leading in all polls”. 🤡
Trump is TOAST and he knows it. pic.twitter.com/nGRy63e3lX
— Republicans against Trump (@RpsAgainstTrump) August 4, 2023