The RICO case against President Donald Trump and 18 others in Georgia will be televised and livestreamed. This news comes from Superior Court of Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee during a court hearing on Thursday. Judge McAfee also ruled that broadcast news media will have “pool” cameras. This refers to news media combining resources and sharing camera access in the courtroom. Neither the defense attorneys nor the prosecution appeared in court on Thursday to object to the decision about televising the trial. McAfee will allow reporters to use cell phones and other electronic devices outside of the context of using them for recording devices.
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