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- A former president has now been charged with 91 felonies in four different cases.

- The state case involves a mobster statute, is unpardonable, and requires jail time if convicted.

- A prison sentence is possible if found guilty on any one of the other charges as well.

- The defendant is running for president again and will likely get the GOP nomination.

- During his campaign, he may sitting through 5 trials, one of which could be televised.

- The defendant enjoys the support of more than a third of the population.

- The Constitution allows for a convicted criminal to be president and serve from jail.

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