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Lawyer breaks silence on why he abruptly quit Trump team, predicts Trump could be convicted

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Joe Tacopina recently departed from former President Trump’s legal team, citing personal reasons and the need to follow his instincts.

In an interview with Rev. Al Sharpton on MSNBC, Tacopina criticized former colleagues who publicly criticized the ex-president after leaving the team, deeming it unprofessional and petty.

Tacopina said, “I left the team because it was just my time.”

“I had to follow my compass, and my compass told me it was my time,” he continued.

“While I see many lawyers, ex-lawyers of the president go on television once they’re removed from the team, or leave the team and discuss him, and his legal, team and have something to say, and criticize everyone around, it’s not professional,” explained Tacopina.

“It’s petty. And it’s it’s it shows a lack of confidence in oneself when you go out there and do that,” he added.

Tacopina expressed concern about the seriousness of the federal cases against Trump and suggested that a conviction is “absolutely” possible.

Tacopina said, “The two federal cases are serious cases.”

“And I think they’re they’re not to be taken lightly,” he warned.

“Look, do I think there’s a political bent to some of this, some of the the way this was gone about? Yes, I do,” he admitted.

“So that’s going to be something to really have to grapple with there. And you can’t say there’s no way he’ll get convicted,” cautioned the attorney.

He also indicated that the diverse locations of Trump’s upcoming trials could pose challenges, emphasizing that conviction is a real possibility.

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