The winning is so frequent now that it almost feels like 2016 again.

From President Trump’s knockout debate performance, to the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the J6 defendants, then ruling in President Trump’s favor on the question of presidential immunity, we have dealt yet another blow to one of the biggest weapons against President Trump: His egregious “conviction” in Manhattan.

After District Attorney Alvin Bragg agreed to the request from President Trump’s defense team, Judge Juan Merchan announced that President Trump’s sentencing will be delayed from its original date of July 11th – just four days before the Republican National Convention – and will now take place on September 18th.

Following the fatal blow that was struck to the prosecutions against President Trump by Jack Smith and Fani Willis, it seems that Bragg, Merchan, and the others involved in the hack trial against him in New York have finally seen the writing on the wall. Their lawfare has failed. Not only will it most likely not lead to any serious sentence for the popular former president, but it just may have already been enough to guarantee his victory in November.


Judge Merchan Delays Trump Sentencing Until September

By Elizabeth Weibel

Judge Juan Merchan, who oversaw former President Donald Trump’s business records trial, delayed sentencing for the former president until September.

In a letter on Tuesday, Merchan wrote that Trump’s sentencing date of July 11, was “vacated,” and rescheduled for September 18, 2024. This came after Trump’s lawyers sent a letter to Merchan requesting that his guilty verdict from a Manhattan jury on May 30 be tossed in light of the Supreme Court’s ruling on presidential immunity.

“The July 11, 2024, sentencing date is therefore vacated,” Merchan wrote. “The Court’s decision will be tendered off-calendar on September 6, 2024 and the matter is adjourned to September 18, 2024, at 10:00 AM for the imposition of sentence, if such is still necessary, or other proceedings.”

Trump was originally scheduled to be sentenced on July 11, four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on July 15.

The former president was found guilty of 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first-degree related to payments made to adult entertainment actress Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential election.

On Monday, the Supreme Court issued a 6-3 decision, ruling that presidents are covered by limited immunity from criminal prosecutions for official acts taken while in office.However, they do not have immunity for unofficial acts.

The Supreme Court held:

Under our constitutional structure of separated powers, the nature of Presidential power entitles a former President to absolute immunity from criminal prosecution for actions within his conclusive and preclusive constitutional authority. And he is entitled to at least presumptive immunity from prosecution for all his official acts. There is no immunity for unofficial acts.

In response to Trump’s lawyers requesting to have the guilty verdict overturned in light of the Supreme Court’s ruling, prosecutors in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office revealed that they were not against a delay in sentencing for Trump.

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