Joy, vindication and anxiety: Democrats absorb a consequential moment.

Posted on AllSides March 31st, 2023
From The Left
Justice, Donald Trump, Indictment, Hush Money, Politics, Democratic Party
Sean Rayford for The New York Times

In some ways, it was the turn of events Democratic voters had dreamed of and some of the party’s lawmakers had long demanded: After years of telling lies, shattering norms, inciting a riot at the Capitol and being impeached twice, Donald J. Trump on Thursday became the first former president to face criminal charges.

“We’ve been waiting for the dam to break for six years,” declared Carter Hudgins, 73, a retired professor from Charleston, S.C. “It should have happened a long time ago,” added his wife, Donna Hudgins, 71, a retired librarian.

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