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George Conway Presents Compelling Facts Against Trump Lawyer’s Defense

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Conservative attorney George Conway, a vocal critic of Donald Trump, countered the former president’s legal team with fact-based rebuttals in a heated legal battle.

Conway’s barrage of assertions, posted on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), emerged merely two days after a significant win by Trump’s legal representatives in the U.S. Supreme Court.

The recent victory for Trump’s legal team transpired as the Supreme Court rejected the Department of Justice (DOJ) Special Counsel Jack Smith’s plea to expedite Trump’s appeal process in a federal election subversion case filed against him. 

This case, initiated by the DOJ in August, accuses Trump of four federal felony counts, including obstruction of an official proceeding, linked to his actions during the US Capitol riot on January 6, 2021.

Responding to a contention raised by Trump’s legal team, Conway employed a similar format to counter their argument. Trump’s lawyers stated that in the 234 years from 1789 to 2023, no sitting or former President had faced criminal prosecution for official acts, marking a broken tradition this year. 

Conway retorted by citing instances where he claimed Trump had broken historical norms, particularly regarding behavior and legal entanglements.

Conway’s Dismissal of Trump’s Legal Win

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Conservative attorney George Conway, a vocal critic of Donald Trump, countered the former president’s legal team with fact-based rebuttals in a heated legal battle.

Conway’s posts highlighted Trump’s alleged actions, including paraphrasing Adolf Hitler, attempting to hide stolen classified documents, manipulating election results by contacting state officials, facing multiple felony charges spread across various cases, and accusations of organizing a self-coup. He also referenced the civil trial involving accusations of rape against Trump, where E. Jean Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages.

Trump, a prominent contender for the GOP nomination in the 2024 presidential race, faces a web of legal challenges, including cases involving mishandling classified documents, alleged payment of hush money, and falsifying business records.

Despite Conway’s vocal opposition and the mounting legal challenges against Trump, his campaign remains steadfast. When approached for comment by Newsweek, Trump’s campaign offered no immediate response. 

Meanwhile, Conway dismissed Trump’s recent legal victory as inconsequential, setting the stage for continued legal sparring in the contentious landscape between the two figures.

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