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Trump emphasized the importance of appellate courts resolving issues to maintain the country's integrity.

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Judge tells Trump jury they must be unanimous, but don’t have to agree on means

The claim that jurors were told they didn’t need to unanimously convict Trump is false. Individual jurors can disagree but must be unanimous in finding Trump guilty on all counts related to falsifying business records, as outlined by New York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan.

 

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