The Daily Mail headline reads: Trump rages at Biden's 'facist state'

The continued fallout from former US President Donald Trump’s conviction dominates front pages on Saturday. “Trump rages at Biden’s ‘fascist state'” says the Daily Mail, which also questions wife Melania’s “deafening silence”. Former UK Prime Minister, now Mail columnist, Boris Johnson, argues the conviction will actually help Trump win the November presidential election.

The headline in the Mirror reads: Deluded. Deranged. Dangerous.

The Daily Mirror splashes on Trump’s outburst, describing him as “deluded, deranged, dangerous”. In his 40-minute speech following his conviction on all 34 counts of falsifying business records, “Felon Trump” ranted “at everything” and “turned his rage on migrants”, it says.

The headline in the Times reads: Starmer: I'll create wealth

The Times features the same snap of Trump as the Mirror but headlines on the forthcoming UK general election. Labour leader Keir Starmer “seeks to win from the centre ground”, promising to “create wealth”, it says.

The Guardian's headline reads: Zelensky: Russian troops are laughing at and hunting us

An interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky leads the Guardian’s Saturday coverage, with the leader of the embattled country saying US President Joe Biden’s delay in allowing the use of Western weapons against Russian territory means Russian troops are “laughing” at Ukrainians.

The headline in the i reads: UK voters' message to the Tories: its time for change

The i leads on public opinion polls ahead of the general election, which it reports indicate a majority like the Conservatives’ pension policies but still want them out of No 10. It also reports on drama within the Labour Party, claiming deputy leader Angela Rayner has won “the public battle” with Keir Starmer in the row about the treatment of veteran MP Diane Abbott.

The headline in the Financial Times reads: Trump lashes out at 'rigged' trial after historic criminal convictions

The Financial Times describes Trump’s speech as “lashing out” as the former president vows to appeal against the verdict. Staying in US news on the front page, the paper also reports that Joe Biden says Israel has offered a new ceasefire deal to Hamas involving a “lasting ceasefire”.

The headline in the Daily Telegraph reads: Johnson: Trump is victim of hit job

The Daily Telegraph leads with Boris Johnson’s take on Trump’s historic conviction, arguing that the verdict will make it more likely for him to win against Joe Biden. Meanwhile, King Charles and Queen Camilla enjoyed a “nail-biter” of a horse race in Surrey.

The headline in the Daily Express reads: At-home test to turn tide on prostate cancer

The Daily Express leads with a report on an at-home prostate cancer test. The test is set to “turn the tide on prostate cancer”, the paper reports.

The Daily Star headline reads: Boffs love ET

“Boffs love ET” the Daily Star declares, quoting an astronomer as saying that “most brainiacs do believe that aliens exist”. Trump is described as “a bit cross” after his conviction.

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