What’s Next for Trump?

From a Washington Post story by Amber Phillips and Caroline Anders headlined “What’s next for Trump? Here’s What We Know.”:

Donald Trump could soon face charges in another investigation, this one into the efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election that culminated in the attack on the Capitol.

There’s a lot we still don’t know. Here’s what’s going on.

What’s happening?

On Tuesday morning, the former president announced on social media that the government sent his legal team a letter Sunday night saying he is a target of the investigation. Trump said that means he could soon be charged.

Talking With New York Times Journalist Maggie Haberman About What She’s Learned About Trump and What’s Likely Next for Him

From a New York Times story by David Leonhardt headlined “Donald Trump’s Methods”:

Donald Trump is the leading candidate to be the Republican nominee for president — for the third straight election — and he’s also a subject of multiple criminal investigations. My colleague Maggie Haberman has been covering him the entire time and has written a book about him, “Confidence Man,” being published tomorrow. She often broke stories in The Times that she uncovered while reporting for the book.

I spoke with Maggie about what she’s learned, about how much the media should cover Trump and about what’s likely next for him.