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'Trump trial transcends sex, money and politics'

 U.S. newspapers.
U.S. newspapers.

Despite former President Donald Trump's "best efforts, his criminal trial has arrived," The Wall Street Journal says on Monday's front page. Trump is trying out a "risky" defense strategy of "deny, delay and denigrate" in his Manhattan trial, The Washington Post says. As the court "steels" itself for Trump's arrival, "Trump beckons bedlam" to the city, The New York Times says. The first-of-its-kind trial, centering around a "hush payment to a porn star," really "transcends sex, money and politics," the Los Angeles Times says. It's "about what a U.S. leader can 'get away with.'"

USA Today reports on an effort to fight climate change by cloning trees. The Miami Herald says President Joe Biden is using "an obscure power, Ukraine aid lessons to help Haitian police fight gangs."

The Post reports on one abortion clinic in Arizona as it "copes with confusion" over the court-ordered return of a 150-year-old abortion ban, as "California braces for influx of abortion seekers" from Arizona, the Los Angeles Times says.

Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
The Washington Post
The New York Times
The New York Times
USA Today
USA Today
Miami Herald
Miami Herald