Will Trump’s conviction make a difference in the US election?


Donald Trump has become the first-ever former American president to be convicted of a crime.

A New York jury found him guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up hush money he paid to bury a sex scandal ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

On this Sky News Daily, Tom Cheshire speaks to Sky’s US correspondent James Matthews about how the trial unfolded and what it could mean for this year’s White House race.

Political commentator and Trump biographer Michael Wolff also joins the podcast to discuss the choice that US voters now have between an increasingly unpopular incumbent or a convicted criminal.

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Podcast Producer: Sydney Pead
Editor: Paul Stanworth

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