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How the judge instructed jurors in Trump's trial

Season 2024 Episode 151 | 6m 23s

Former President Donald Trump's future now rests in the hands of a jury in New York City. Jurors in the criminal hush money case began deliberating Wednesday morning. Seven men and five women received instructions from Judge Juan Merchan and were then sent off to decide this historic case. William Brangham has been covering the trial from the start and reports on the latest.

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