We Talk: How will Trump's indictment impact U.S. society?
Former U.S. President Donald Trump was charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records, the Manhattan district attorney said on April 4. Trump became the first former U.S. president to be criminally indicted, reportedly pleaded not guilty.
CGTN Stringer spoke with Los Angeles residents about the social and political implications of Trump's indictment. Some believed that if he was found guilty, it would further divide the country, others were concerned about the economy and employment in particular, and some believed that the case would influence how Americans investigate presidential candidates in the future.