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See Trump’s legal and election calendar in 1 chart

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See Trump's legal and election calendar in 1 chart
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(CNN) — Donald Trump spent the first half of 2024 juggling a busy court and campaign schedule as he defended himself in several criminal cases while also vying for a second term in the White House.

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