According to a report, the lawyer for a Donald Trump affiliate has consistently refused to answer left-wing media if Trump was defeated in 2020.
Ari Melber from MSNBC asked Charles Burnham if he believed Donald Trump did not win the 2020 election. Burnham did not provide the response Melber wanted.
Burnham is the attorney for John Eastman, one of the six unindicted so-called co-conspirators included in the federal charge of former President Trump that was released last week.
Burnham said that many Americans have concerns about the presidential election in 2020. Burnham said that people are still talking about what happened.
Burnham continued by saying that it doesn’t matter what he thinks.
A Georgia grand jury on Monday night approved an indictment in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ election probe, charging former President Donald Trump and 18 others.
After the announcement, the Trump campaign called the indictment “bogus.”
Trump said on Truth Social that Fulton County, Georgia’s Democrat District Attorney Fani Willis is a fanatical zealot who is collecting money and running for office on a promise to prosecute President Trump in fake criminal cases.
Meanwhile, Republican Representative Andy Ogles of Tennessee has introduced legislation to bar special counsel Jack Smith from earning a salary from the United States government.
According to a report, Ogles presented the measure last Friday. Republicans Alex Mooney of West Virginia and Eli Crane of Arizona were among the bill’s co-sponsors.
As Republicans rally behind Trump in response to what they see as a political prosecution from Smith, the Yanking Outlays for an Unethical, Ruthless Enterprise that Fraudulently Impairs Robust Electoral Debate (You’re Fired) Act has been introduced.
Ogles stated that by appointing Jack Smith, the Biden administration has weaponized the Department of Justice (DOJ) for personal political gain. In November of 2022, he was charged with the duty of eliminating former President Donald J. Trump, President Joe Biden’s greatest political adversary.