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2932 - All jurors and alternates have been selected for Trump's historic New York criminal trial
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  • 2932 - All jurors and alternates have been selected for Trump's historic New York criminal trial

    "We have our full panel," declared Judge Juan Merchan on the fourth day of jury selection in the former president's criminal hush money trial. All 18 jurors and alternates have been seated and sworn in. Opening statements are set for Monday. Former Chief Judge for the U.S. Middle District Court of Pennsylvania John E. Jones III, and jury consultant Jill Huntley Taylor, talk to Anderson about the pace of the trial and what impact it could have on jurors serving on such a high-profile case. Plus, Gary Tuchman travels to Speaker Mike Johnson's district in Louisiana, to get reaction from his constituents about the Republican infighting on Capitol Hill and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s push to get him ousted from the leadership role.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Sat, 20 Apr 2024
  • 2931 - Jury is set for Trump's New York hush money case

    A full 12-person jury has been selected for the former president's criminal hush money trial, despite the day starting off with two previously seated jurors being dismissed. Judge Juan Merchan said court will resume Thursday morning, and jury selection will continue until all the alternates are seated. Former chief judge for the U.S. Middle District of Pennsylvania John E. Jones III joins Anderson. They discuss how the judge is conducting proceedings so far, and the overall pace of the trial. Plus, President Biden today was formally endorsed by more than a dozen members of the Kennedy family. Meanwhile one of their own, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., officially qualified to appear on the ballot in Michigan, a key battleground state that could be pivotal in this year's presidential election. Arlette Saenz has the details.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Fri, 19 Apr 2024
  • 2930 - If Trump testifies at NY criminal trial, prosecutors want to use his legal history to discredit him to the jury

    If the former president chooses to testify in his New York criminal hush money trial, prosecutors want to use his recent legal run-ins against him to discredit him to the jury. CNN's Kara Scannell, former federal prosecutor Jeffrey Toobin and jury consultant Jill Huntley Taylor discuss the new development with Anderson. Plus, a hacking  group with ties to the Russian government is suspected of carrying out a cyberattack on a water facility in Texas. That’s according to experts with a U.S. cybersecurity firm. Ed Lavandera has the story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Thu, 18 Apr 2024
  • 2929 - 7 jurors selected after day 2 of Trump hush money trial

    The second day of the former president’s criminal hush money trial ended with the selection of seven jurors. Five more are needed, plus alternates. While he left court, he was asked if he believed that the jury could be fair. "I’ll let you know after- after the trial, depending on what happens,” he responded. Former federal prosecutors Jeffrey Toobin and Jessica Roth, along with jury consultant Alan Tuerkheimer, discuss the jury selection and the pace of the trial so far. Plus, Gary Tuchman traveled to one county in Texas that has voted Trump the last two elections and asks residents if this criminal trial could affect their support for the former president.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Wed, 17 Apr 2024
  • 2928 - Jury selection begins in the New York hush money criminal trial of the former president

    Former President Donald Trump sat in a New York courtroom today as jury selection began in his hush money case. 96 prospective jurors were questioned, and at least 50 were excused because they told the judge they couldn't be fair and impartial. Jury consultant Richard Gabriel speaks to Anderson about the historic trial. Plus, tensions are extremely high in the Middle East as Israel vows to "exact a price" after an Iranian attack over the weekend. Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister said Tehran will respond in less than a few seconds if Israel "makes another mistake.” All this started after officials said Israeli carried out a deadly strike on the Iranian consulate in Damascus earlier this month. AC360 is live from Tel Aviv tonight, where Anderson speaks to Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Tue, 16 Apr 2024
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