Donald Trump is a criminal: Will the electorate continue to support him?

Donald Trump is a criminal, or at least, so it was proven with the last sentence against him.

Donald Trump, despite this, is still on his way to becoming president of the United States.

“It’s an abuse of the justice system,” said Billy Pierce, a semi-retired consultant and Trump supporter in Hartsville, South Carolina, shortly after the former president was found guilty of all 34 counts of falsifying business records in his Manhattan hush payments trial.

In the eyes of the courts in New York, Donald is a felon, having been found guilty of all 34 charges against him.

It is not even a scam or financial crime, but a felony for attempting to forge testimony.

Justice has found Donald Trump guilty of having “orchestrated” a series of payments to buy the silence of three people before the 2016 presidential election.

In other words, Trump is accused of bribery, a crime that could not look good at all for someone who aspires to be president of the United States.


The trial focused mainly on an alleged payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels for 130,000 in exchange for her silence about an alleged sexual encounter she had with the real estate businessman in 2006.

A second payment, detailed prosecutor Alvin Bragg in a press release in April 2023, was given to a doorman at Trump Tower who claimed to have information about an alleged illegitimate child of the former president. He received $30,000 to keep quiet.

Donald Trump is a criminal: Guilty and awaiting sentencing.

But why is Donald Trump considered a felon? It’s simple, Donald Trump is a felon, as he was found guilty of committing a felony.

The violations of Article 175.10 referenced in the 34 counts are considered class “E” felonies, which are the lowest category of criminal offense in New York State and can carry a sentence of between 16 months and four years per count.

These sentences are cumulative.

Other defendants charged with the same offense have received shorter sentences, fines or release with additions.

Should he win the presidency, Trump will not be able to pardon himself, as the case was not the initiative of the federal government but of the state of New York, where only the governor could clear his name.

Judge Juan Merchan will set the sentence on July 11 at 10:00 local time (8:00 a.m. Mexico City time) in the New York court.

The question in all of this is: Will the people of the United States be willing to vote despite the fact that Donald Trump is a criminal?

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