Amanpour and Company
Can Trump Run for President if Convicted of a Crime?
Clip: 12/20/2022 | 18m 6s
The decision by the January 6 committee to refer former President Trump to the Department of Justice on four criminal charges is a dramatic and historic. In January, the GOP regains control of the House and several Congressional representatives will leave Congress. What happens next? Amy Davidson Sorkin, staff writer for The New Yorker, joins Michel Martin to discuss.
Aired: 12/20/22 |
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