NY jury finds Trump guilty on all 34 counts in criminal hush money trial, sentencing set for July | 30 May 2024 | Former President Donald Trump was found guilty Thursday by a New York jury on all 34 counts of falsifying business records during his 2016 presidential bid to conceal a hush money payment to porn star [and Grade 'A' sociopath] Stormy Daniels to keep quiet an alleged sexual encounter with her. Trump, who also is the 2024 presumptive GOP presidential nominee, now becomes the first U.S. president to be found guilty of felony crimes. "This was a disgrace. This was rigged trial," Trump said after the verdict was read. He also said the real verdict will come during the November presidential election. Judge Juan Merchan has sent a sentencing date of July 11.

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