The Washington Post’s Libby Casey, Rhonda Colvin and James Hohmann discuss the fallout from former president Donald Trump’s New York trial, in which he was found guilty of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. In the week since his conviction, Trump has raised a huge amount of money, and received the public backing of most prominent elected Republicans. He’s scheduled to be sentenced on July 11.

And looming over all of it is the Supreme Court, which can’t overturn Trump’s New York conviction, but is still weighing his appeal that he should be immune from federal prosecution for crimes allegedly committed while president.

Plus, the crew provides an update on the other legal cases Trump still faces.

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