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Jack Smith Quietly Recruits Anti-Trump Lawyer To Assist In The Supreme Court Case

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Special Counsel Jack Smith has added Michael Dreeben, a seasoned Supreme Court advocate with a notable history in the Mueller investigation, to his prosecutorial team.

This move is seen as a strategic escalation in the legal battle against former President Donald Trump.

Dreeben’s expertise and network within the judicial system are expected to enhance the team’s capabilities, particularly in preparation for a possible Supreme Court battle. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

Trump’s legal defense team, on the other hand, comprises lawyers with less experience in Supreme Court advocacy. Trump’s legal defense comprises at least three Missouri-based lawyers: D. John Sauer, Will Scharf, and Michael Talent.

Sauer is a Rhodes Scholar and Harvard Law graduate who clerked for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. He has argued a single case before the Supreme Court.

The addition of Dreeben has sparked criticism and been labeled as a calculated move to undermine Trump before the 2024 election.

The legal maneuvering reflects a strategy aimed at gaining a psychological edge in both the legal and public opinion battles.

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