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While the fine is not expected to be material for a company of the Trump Organization's size, the conviction by a jury could complicate its ability to do business by spooking lenders and partners.
The prosecutor will oversee both the investigation into Trump's handling of sensitive government documents and the probe into attempts to interfere with the peaceful transfer of power following the 2020 presidential election, according to a Justice Department official.
"Any company tied to Trump and his various projects since leaving the White House will likely attract a lot more free publicity, which in most cases is no bad thing for their stock price."
Trump, 76, declared his candidacy in Palm Beach, Florida, almost two years out from the November 2024 national elections and after publicly flirting with a pre-midterm entry over the summer.
Chief Justice John Roberts effectively paused the dispute on Nov. 1, preventing the committee from obtaining Trump's returns while the court considered the matter.
Prosecutors said messages showed Barrack received input from Emirati officials on what to say about the Middle East in TV interviews, and passed along sensitive details about U.S. foreign policy and personnel appointments.

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Trump is conflicted on the timing, the report said, adding that the date is not certain.
According to the complaint, Trump's head of security struck one protester, Efrain Galicia, on the head, while a security guard attempted to put Galicia in a chokehold.
Barrack's lawyers did not dispute that he had been in touch with Emirati officials and occasionally sought their feedback, but they said any impact on U.S. policy or public opinion was insignificant.

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