Politics Podcast: The Trump Investigations And What Americans Think About Them
What happens when a former president is facing all kinds of legal liability on the federal and local level, but is also still the de facto party leader and considering another run for the White House? In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew dives into four major investigations into former president Donald Trump’s actions, the legal consequences he could be facing, and how the American public is reacting to these evolving cases.
The team also analyzes a new poll from YouGov that breaks down why 78 percent of Americans say they have changed their mind on one or more political issues over the course of their lives. Finally, senior elections analyst Nathaniel Rakich gives a quick overview of the New York congressional and Florida primaries we are tracking this Tuesday.
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