Jerome Marcus asked to be removed from the case after condemning the January 6 chaos in Washington D.C., specifically referring to the president’s calls for a “wild protest” in response to claims of elections fraud. Marcus was arguing a case in federal court alleging the Philadelphia County Board of Elections did not allow representatives from the Republican Party and Trump to monitor ballot tallying.
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Lawyer Looks to Ditch Trump As Client After President’s 'Repugnant' Behavior
A lawyer representing the President’s interests in a Pennsylvania-based campaign lawsuit has asked to withdraw after calling President Donald Trump’s actions criminal and “repugnant” with respect to the violence in Washington, D.C. So reports Politico.
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