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As the legal challenges mount for former President Donald Trump, questions arise about what could happen if he is convicted. The Washington Post’s report delves into the prospect of Trump behind bars and raises complex and unprecedented logistical issues, particularly concerning Secret Service protection. Traditionally, presidents have been afforded lifetime security detail, but if Trump is convicted and refuses to waive protection, officials face the challenge of safeguarding a former president in prison, under home confinement, or within the confines of prison authorities. While legal experts believe the likelihood of Trump serving time may be low, the situation remains politically charged, and the Secret Service must grapple with potential security implications.
Read the full article by: Spencer Hsu, Carol D. Leonnig, Tom Jackman from The Washington Post
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