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Can Trump survive investigations as trouble accumulates?

Clip: 09/23/2022 | 14m 25s | Video has closed captioning.

Former President Donald Trump had to endure a week of legal blows. The New York attorney general announced the state is suing Trump and his children for fraud, an appeals court ruled the Justice Department can resume reviewing classified documents seized from his home and the special master appointed to review the files gave Trump a deadline to back up his claim that the FBI planted evidence.

Aired: 09/23/22

Rating: NR

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