Trump’s Attorneys Push for Jack Smith’s Case to Be Dismissed – EVOL

Attorneys representing President Donald Trump are arguing that Special Counsel Jack Smith’s case must be dismissed.

They made the argument in several different motions that they filed with the court this week.

Each of the motions is an independent ground for dismissal.

This is all part of the case that Smith brought against Trump in Florida.

Smith argued that the 45th president illegally mishandled classified documents when he left the White House.

He also accuses Trump of trying to obstruct his investigation of the matter, according to Breitbart.

Trump has pled “not guilty,” and he has maintained that Smith is politically motivated.

It is widely regarded that Smith is essentially running “election interference” for Democrat President Joe Biden, considering that he is likely to square off with Trump, once again, in the upcoming general election.

Among other things, Trump’s legal team is arguing that Smith was unlawfully appointed to his special counsel role by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland.

“The Appointments Clause does not permit the Attorney General to appoint, without Senate confirmation, a private citizen and like-minded political ally to wield the prosecutorial power of the United States,” Trump’s attorneys wrote.

“As such, Jack Smith lacks the authority



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