The trial involving Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels has been scheduled for March 25, 2024. The timing places the trial in the middle of the Republican primaries and just months before the presidential election, which could potentially impact Trump’s political activities.
Trump appeared visibly irritated during a virtual court appearance when the trial date was announced. He is facing charges related to a series of payments, including a $130,000 payment to Daniels. Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records at his family company, the Trump Organization.
The scheduling of the trial could interfere with Trump’s presidential campaign in a few ways.
Trials can take several weeks or even months to conclude, particularly in complex cases. During this time, Trump could need to spend significant time preparing for the trial, attending court sessions, and responding to developments in the case. This could reduce the time he has available