In the wake of recent developments in former President Donald Trump’s Georgia election case, Trump’s lawyer John Eastman remains unyielding in his convictions. When questioned about the 2020 election, Eastman was unwavering in his belief that the election was stolen, a sentiment he maintains despite the looming indictment.
“Do you still think the election was stolen?” asked a reporter.
“Absolutely,” said Eastman.
On August 28, a hearing is scheduled to discuss Meadows’s appeal to shift his case from Fulton County to a federal court. The hearing was announced by Judge Steve C. Jones, coincidentally aligning with a separate court appearance for Trump’s lawyers in Washington, D.C.
JUST IN: Attorney John Eastman, who was charged last week with Donald Trump, is not backing down.
When asked if he thought the 2020 election was stolen, Eastman replied: “Absolutely. No question in my mind.”
Good to see someone has a backbone.
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Judge Jones stated that the provided Notice of Removal and associated Indictment do not necessarily mandate an immediate remand. Meadows is pushing for a transfer, arguing that the indictment’s events occurred during his Chief of