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What happens now that Trump has gone to the Supreme Court in his immunity fight

Donald Trump’s legal team hasn’t been secretive about its strategy of trying to slow down his election subversion case for as long as possible. As soon as this week, the Supreme Court could signal its willingness or aversion to being drawn into this latest gambit.


The former president formally asked the justices Monday to hit pause on a recent appeals court ruling that rejected his argument that he has presidential immunity for his actions in the lead-up to the Jan. 6 riot.


Here’s what the court could do next.