Trump Lawyer: POTUS Has Enough Legal Firepower, Thank You Very Much

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Published on September 30, 2019 - Duration: 00:37s

Trump Lawyer: POTUS Has Enough Legal Firepower, Thank You Very Much

President Donald Trump has no plans to beef up his personal or presidential legal team.

According to Reuters, such a move would be to respond to the fast-moving U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry.

Weโ€™re going to use our existing team.

Attorney Jay Sekulow It's a stance some legal experts question, especially if the showdown culminates in a Senate trial over removing Trump from office.


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