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Trump Lawyer Speaks Out Against Indictments, Trial Dates

via Fox Business

Attorney Alina Habba provided an update on the indictments against Donald Trump, expressing that the trial dates are aimed at hurting Trump’s campaign.

She emphasized that the indictments are one-sided and part of a political scheme to interfere with the leading candidate for president.

Habba also criticized the timeline set for the trials and argued that it is election interference. (Trending: Donald Trump Confronts Bud Light CEO)

“We’re prepared. From here we actually get to litigate the case, which as an attorney I look forward to, and I know our legal team does as well, to get to take our own turn at looking at all of the information and our own turn to put our side out, which is something that everybody needs to remember hasn’t happened as of yet,” Habba pressed.

“Four indictments are simply that: an indictment, which is just one-sided B.S., for a lack of a better word, on their political scheme to interfere with the leading candidate for president.”

A Fox News host then said, “So, Alina, this is all ridiculous. It’s all a circus. It’s all meant to interfere with the timeline of the election process. That’s a given. So these questions sort of come with that sense of how it’s — but if you are planning for Georgia, the D.C. timeline was just set for March 4th, as you know, the day before Super Tuesday, much sooner than your team had anticipated.”

“What do you anticipate for a timeline down in Atlanta? How quickly will they try to push this, in your sense, and how will you push back?”

“Let’s be clear. The Jack Smiths and the Fani Willises and the D.A. Braggs and the Letitia Jameses, if they could have it their way, would have all trials the same week,” Habba pressed.

“It’s unrealistic, it’s ridiculous, and it’s obvious. So what I think is happening is the judges will have to fight it amongst themselves. You cannot have one defendant in multiple cases.”

“But if you do look at the timeline as you mentioned, every single event, every single event from the indictment to the rushed grand jury, years after the events took place when they didn’t need to rush it, they could have had it two years ago, every single thing says very clearly, Joe Biden doesn’t know what he is doing in office, so let’s distract America so that all we talk about is President Trump and these hoaxes.”

“That’s really all they are. So we are going to obviously argue that it’s impossible for one person to be in four different places. We’re going to argue that this is election interference,” Habba added.

“And then we will take a look at each individual person and say, ‘You ran for office based on the fact that you said you would get Trump, and so did you and so did you, and now we need our Constitution and due process to step in and do its part.’ If we don’t have fair judges, unfortunately, we won’t get this.”

She expressed confidence in their legal team’s ability to take on the trials.

“So, we have a great team. I love our legal team right now. I feel strong, and the president feels strong. We will take each one head-on,” she continued.

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