Former President Donald Trump is facing legal challenges with regards to the hush money payment he made to Stormy Daniels.
A grand jury in New York has been hearing evidence about the payment, which was made to Daniels, a porn star, just before the 2016 presidential election in order to keep her from speaking publicly about their alleged affair.
While it is not guaranteed that criminal charges will be filed against Trump, legal experts say that he could potentially face up to four years in prison if convicted.
According to The Independent, some legal experts believe that the case against Trump is strong, as there is evidence that he was involved in the hush money payment.
However, others believe that it will be difficult to prove that he violated campaign finance laws, which would be necessary for him to be convicted.
Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that the case is just one of many legal matters that could potentially lead to Trump being charged with a crime.
These include the ongoing investigation into his attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election, as well as potential charges related to his personal finances and business dealings.
While it remains to be seen whether Trump will face criminal charges in connection to the hush money payment, the case is a reminder that he is not immune from the consequences of his actions, even after leaving office.
As one legal expert told Vanity Fair, "For all of Trump's bluster that he gets away with everything, there are consequences to your actions."