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The recent political news from Washington D.C. is dominated by the conviction of former President Donald Trump on all counts brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Trump was charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, with each count carrying a maximum prison sentence of 4 years. Despite pleading not guilty to all counts, the jury found him guilty in New York v. Trump. The verdict is expected to have implications on the upcoming 2024 campaign trail, where Trump is set to face off against President Biden in a rematch.

The Biden campaign wasted no time in immediately beginning a fundraising push following Trump’s conviction. Trump is set to be sentenced just days before the GOP convention, raising questions about the impact of the trial verdict on voters in the election rematch with Biden. Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, who brought the case against Trump, took a victory lap after the verdict, stating ‘I did my job.’ Experts are now breaking down what will happen after the former president’s conviction in New York.

In other political news, tensions are flaring between Iran and Israel, with President Biden expecting Iran to attack Israel. Elsewhere, on the campaign trail, wary celebrities are questioning if endorsing Biden is ‘worth it’ in the current polarized political climate. Supporters rallied around Trump outside the NYC courthouse, with some stating that Biden ‘ain’t for’ Black America. Biden’s support is reportedly faltering among a key voting bloc within the Democrat’s base.

Across America, various issues are making headlines, including a state punishing Christian foster parents over transgender issues and concerns over a potential Chinese invasion of Taiwan leading to a US-Beijing war. In a key ruling, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the NRA in a First Amendment case, while a Texas Republican is taking aim at Biden’s perceived ‘attack’ on Americans’ gun rights. Additionally, a new Louisiana law criminalizes approaching police after being ordered to stay back.

To stay updated on the latest political news, exclusive interviews, and more from the 2024 campaign trail, subscribe to Fox News Politics newsletter. You can get all the latest updates directly in your inbox. This article was written by Fox News staff and covers a range of political topics from the recent Trump conviction to international tensions between Iran and Israel. Subscribe now to stay informed on all the latest political developments.

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