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GEORGIA: Trial Date Set For One Day Before Super Tuesday — Trump Will Appeal

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Judge Tanya Chutkan has heard arguments from both sides and has picked the day before Super Tuesday for Trump’s so-called election interference trial to take place.

The prosecution wanted to begin something like two months earlier. Trump’s defense described the complexity of the case and was was looking for a 2026 date. With evidence of coordination with Biden’s DOJ in these cases showing up elsewhere, there is speculation that the date picked for the opening of Trump’s hearings was principally a political decision.

Trump has said as much, and plans to appeal.

Here’s what he said about it on Truth Social:

Here’s a little more about the secret meetings Trump was talking about:

Jay Bratt, who joined the special counsel team in November 2022, shortly after it was formed, took a meeting in the White House on March 31, 2023, with Caroline Saba, deputy chief of staff for the White House counsel’s office, White House visitor logs show.

They were joined in the 10 a.m. meeting by Danielle Ray, an FBI agent in the Washington field office.

Nine weeks later, Trump was indicted by Smith’s office on June 8, 2023.

Bratt, 63, also met with Saba at the White House in November 2021, when Trump was mired in negotiations with the National Archives, who were demanding the return of presidential records from his Mar-a-Lago estate before a formal investigation had not yet been opened. — NYPost

A third meeting took place in September 2021 with White House Chief of Staff advisor Katherine Reily.

Republicans — including Ted Cruz — blasted this as a massive breach of protocol, especially since the investigation into Trump was supposedly an ‘independent’ Special Counsel whose explicit purpose is to create distance between White House meddling and prosecutorial decisions.

House GOP is floating the possibility of using their power of the purse in defunding the investigations until after the election has run its course.

What do you think should happen?

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck