Trump impeachment law firm claims Capitol riot had ‘nothing’ to do with him
Jamie Raskin, lead Democratic impeachment manager in the Senate demo of Donald Trump, has challenged the former president to testify beneath oath in a letter sent on Thursday, even further heating up the war of words between the two camps.
Attorneys of the former president responded to the letter by calling it a “community relations stunt”, but they did not response especially on if Mr Trump would appear before the Senate to tesitify. “Your letter only confirms what is regarded to all people: you are not able to demonstrate your allegations against the 45th President of the United States, who is now a non-public citizen,” they wrote.
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But the authorized camp later on clarified that Mr Trump would not be showing up prior to the Senate. “The President will not testify in an unconstitutional continuing,” reported Jason Miller, a spokesperson for the former president.
This comes as the lawful crew have been was accused of generating “14 web pages of circuitous logic and rambling paeans to The usa” by MSNBC pundit Hayes Brown, who summarised their misspelled submitting as “cringeworthy at most effective”, but strike back again by insisting the prosecution is “sick-advised” and “undemocratic”.