The former president of the United States, Donald Trump, plans to defend himself in court from his interpellation by sending a letter to the Senate.
According to this report, Joshua Howard, one of the former attorney general officials who assisted in the prosecution of the 42nd U.S. president, Bill Clinton for the sex scandal, has now joined Trump’s defense team.
It is also possible that Butch Bowers, Trump’s lead attorney in this trial, will hire another lawyer or other expert in constitutional law matters.
Trump who is based in the state of Florida, is said to be closely following the Republican protests against his interpellation and has considered members of this party as his allies.
This US TV channel, then added that Trump is happy with the signs as a chance to be acquitted during the interpellation process and the delay in the trial also, has helped him.
Former US President Donald Trump has been charged with some felonies for encouraging his supporters to attack the US Capitol on Wednesday, January 6.
If Trump’s planned impeachment goes forward, it will be the second impeachment of a U.S. president in his four-year presidency; which is unprecedented in the United States.
by Jeremy Abbott – American Correspondent – WPN