Lawyers representing President Trump’s reelection campaign in Pennsylvania have been pressured into dropping the President in the midst of a brewing legal battle over the election.
Lawyers from the Porter Wright firm announced on Friday that they would no longer be representing the President even as the President is looking to force a recount in the crucial swing state after election day shenanigans were uncovered.
Speculation is swirling that Porter Wright dropped the President after an article in the New York Times called attention to the firm and its work with the President.
According to those working at the firm, the firm has “held internal meetings to voice similar concerns about their firm’s election-related work for Mr. Trump and the Republican Party. At least one lawyer quit in protest.”
Democrats and the enemies of the President have been targeting any legal representatives working for the President in an effort to kneecap President Trump’s ability to audit the election.
This is setting a worrisome precedent for the future. The media and a political party should not force legal representatives to drop clients no matter the nature of the client’s case.
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