The Point: Challenges and ramifications of indicting former President Donald Trump and putting him on trial in New York
NEW YORK -- For the past week, the political world has been held hostage by a social media post by former President Donald Trump claiming that he was going to be arrested.
So far, it hasn't happened, but who knows what the next week will bring?
We explore the ins and outs of a potential case and political ramifications.
Annemarie McAvoy is a former federal prosecutor and a nationally-recognized expert in financial crimes, which made her just the person to talk to about the possibility that the 45th president could be indicted for allegedly falsifying business records.
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It's history in the making. A former president has never been indicted before. Political consultant O'Brien Murray and Attorney JC Polanco joined the show to sort out the political implications.
The political world has been captivated by the possibility that Trump could face criminal charges. But how do New Yorkers feel?
In an exclusive conversation on CBS News New York, Kramer and McAvoy discussed the potential challenges of indicting the former president and putting him on trial in New York.
"The Point with Marcia Kramer" airs every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on CBS2, right after "Face the Nation." Then turn to CBS News New York at noon for "Exclamation Point," an extended conversation with our guests.
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