For seven weeks, Donald Trump was on trial in his hometown of New York City as 12 Americans weighed the evidence against him in a hush money case before ultimately voting to convict him, making him the first former president to be convicted of a felony.

Trump, once known for his gilded penthouses and flashy glamour, was required to report most days to a grubby, aging courthouse in lower Manhattan. He’d been a fixture in the city for decades as a wealthy and famous real estate developer and tabloid celebrity, and later as a presidential candidate and president of the United States.

As he was recast as a criminal defendant, those roles converged, with prosecutors making their case by weaving together his ties to tabloid publishers, an alleged sexual encounter at a celebrity golf tournament and his actions as a candidate and president to cover it up.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, brought his 2024 presidential campaign with him. Campaign advisers and his politically…

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