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Two court hearings today will shape future of legal cases against Trump

Former President Donald Trump steps off his plane as he arrives at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (Alex Brandon/AP)
Former President Donald Trump steps off his plane as he arrives at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (Alex Brandon/AP)

NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson joins Here & Now host Scott Tong to talk about a court hearing in Washington D.C. where a judge is expected to set a trial date for former President Donald Trump to face federal charges for subverting American democracy on Jan. 6 2021. Plus, at a court hearing in Atlanta, Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows is seeking to move the state’s case against Trump and his co-conspirators to federal court.

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