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Trump’s Lawyer Says Trial Would Be Election Interference


“Holding Donald Trump’s election interference trial next August would amount to serious ‘election interference,’ the former president’s lead Atlanta attorney told a Fulton County judge on Friday,” the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

“Making his courtroom debut for Trump, attorney Steve Sadow said the timing proposed by prosecutors — in which the Georgia racketeering case would begin just three months before the general election — would restrict Trump’s ability to campaign for a return trip to the White House. Trump is facing 13 felony charges in Fulton County.”

Politico reports Trump wants his trial pushed to 2029 — after he leaves the presidency, assuming he is elected next year.

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