Trump’s claims of immunity to be examined by US appeal court

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A very important court case is happening in Washington to decide if Donald Trump can be charged with a crime or not.

The DC Circuit Court of Appeals is thinking about whether Trump can use presidential immunity to protect himself from being accused of 2020 election fraud.

Trump said he will go to court to listen to arguments in a case that might reach the Supreme Court.

Jack Smith, a special lawyer, has accused Trump of trying to change the result of the 2020 election and of lying to stay as president.

Trump claims that he was doing his job as president on Jan 6 and in the weeks before it, so he can’t be charged with a crime.

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