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The President of the United States has the right to impunity for actions taken in his official capacity.

The Supreme Court took up the case after the federal prosecutor's office indicted Donald Trump after the November 2020 presidential election in connection with the transfer of power and in part what happened on January 6, 2021. The charges include that Donald Trump committed fraud against the United States as part of a criminal organization, as well as obstruction of official proceedings.

Donald Trump pleaded not guilty to the charges, arguing that he was acting in his official capacity as President of the United States in January 2021 and therefore deserved to escape punishment. The matter was then decided by the Supreme Court, which heard arguments from Donald Trump’s legal representatives and those of federal special prosecutor Jack Smith, who filed the charges, last April.

The decision announced Monday also reveals that six conservative members of the nine-member Supreme Court panel voted in favor of the decision, while three liberal lawyers voted against it.

After the decision was announced, Donald Trump praised it on his social media page.

A great victory for our Constitution and our democracy. I am proud to be an American.

He said.

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