Trump ‘Furious and Beyond Angry’ Over How His Impeachment Defense Team Performed | Beaufort County Now | Former President Donald Trump is reportedly “furious” with the way that his impeachment defense team performed on day one of his Senate trial. | daily wire, donald trump, impeachment, impeachment team, impeachment defense, february 10, 2021

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Trump ‘Furious and Beyond Angry’ Over How His Impeachment Defense Team Performed

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    Former President Donald Trump is reportedly "furious" with the way that his impeachment defense team performed on day one of his Senate trial.

    "Two sources in fact, who spent time with the former president today described him as being quote, 'furious and beyond angry' with his impeachment defense team," Fox News correspondent Kevin Corke reported. "He was especially upset with attorney Bruce Castor, as you pointed out for his quotes, rambling opening argument. The former president spending the day watching the trial from inside his private quarters at Mar-A-Lago, no golf with the very same plan for tomorrow."

    "Meanwhile, at a time when he certainly could opt to reduce the political temperature in the country, Mr. Biden apparently is taking a pass, opting instead to not weigh in as his predecessors being impeached once again, despite what critics have called hypocrisy on the left, and a deafening silence from the White House," Corke added.

    Trump's impeachment defense team underwent some issues recently with numerous high-profile lawyers parting ways with the team just days before the Senate trial started this week. The Daily Wire reported at the end of last month:

  • Multiple reports indicated that Butch Bowers, a South Carolina lawyer who assembled the impeachment defense team, and Deborah Barbier, a criminal defense lawyer in South Carolina, were no longer going to be part of Trump's team and that the decision was "mutual." Josh Howard, a North Carolina attorney, has also reportedly left Trump's team, and South Carolina lawyers Johnny Gasser and Greg Harris are also reportedly out. ...
  • CNN, The New York Times, and The Associated Press noted that the team fell apart after Trump wanted them to focus on claims that the election was stolen from through election fraud — a claim that former Attorney General William Barr, a favorite in Trump world, had completely dismissed as false. The lawyers reportedly said no, and that was when the parties decided to part ways.

    "The Democrats' efforts to impeach a president who has already left office is totally unconstitutional and so bad for our country," Jason Miller, an adviser to the former president, told The Daily Wire at the time. "In fact, 45 Senators have already voted that it is unconstitutional. We have done much work, but have not made a final decision on our legal team, which will be made shortly."

    The next day, Trump announced the new legal team that would be heading his impeachment defense efforts.

    The statement Trump issued called trial lawyers David Schoen and Bruce L. Castor, Jr. "highly respected" and said that Schoen had already been working with Trump's team. The statement suggested that the argument on which Trump's team will focus is that the impeachment trial is "unconstitutional."

    Schoen said, "It is an honor to represent the 45th President, Donald J. Trump, and the United States Constitution."

    Castor added, "I consider it a privilege to represent the 45th President. The strength of our Constitution is about to be tested like never before in our history. It is strong and resilient. A document written for the ages, and it will triumph over partisanship yet again, and always."


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