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Donald Trump Claims Special Prosecutor Jack Smith Was ‘Illegally Appointed’ In Vile Statement

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Former President Donald Trump criticized Special Prosecutor Jack Smith and praised former Attorney General Ed Meese’s efforts to challenge the legality of Smith’s appointment.

Trump wrote, “Biden’s Flunky, Deranged Jack Smith, should go to HELL.”

“He is helping his Corrupt and Incompetent President to destroy America through Weaponization and ELECTION INTERFERENCE! Smith is a Crooked Prosecutor who shouldn’t even be allowed to be in the position he is in — It is Prosecutorial Misconduct. The Great Ed Meese from the Ronald Reagan Era has him figured perfectly!” continued the former president.

Trump shared an article highlighting Meese’s amicus brief arguing that Smith’s appointment as special counsel is unconstitutional.

The brief claims that Smith lacks the authority to represent the United States and was improperly appointed by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. (Trending: Trump Releases Must-See TV Ad Ahead of 2024)

Ken Blackwell, chairman of the Center for Election Integrity at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI), said, “President Trump has every reason to be encouraged.”

“Jack Smith has no legal authority to prosecute this president, and I congratulate the entire legal team for bringing this vitally important research to the court’s attention,” continued the election specialist.

“I hope this research is filed in the other courts where Smith is prosecuting Trump, who is clearly the presumptive GOP nominee,” said Blackwell.

“This unlawful election interference must be stopped,” added the AFPI chairman.

The Supreme Court declined Smith’s request for a quick review of Trump’s case, leading the case to go through the normal appeals court process.

Meese and constitutional scholars filed the brief, emphasizing that Smith has no legal authority to prosecute Trump.

The case is seen as an attempt to stop what is perceived as unlawful election interference.

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