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Opinion: Can there be impartial jurors when it comes to Trump?

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Jury selection for the first-ever criminal trial of a former US president is set to begin in Manhattan. The former president is facing charges related to falsifying business records in connection with a hush money payment made to an adult-film actress to cover up an alleged affair. The case centers around allegations of attempting to win the 2016 presidential election by burying a potentially damaging story. Impartiality will be crucial, but finding jurors without strong opinions about the defendant may be challenging. The selection process will involve questioning potential jurors to detect bias and ensure a fair trial.