The trump law suit
In 5 headlines,
1 Rachel Maddow show,
and a surprise
First, I sue him.
First, I sued him.
Second, I request Trump's DNA
Third, my brilliant attorney, Robbie Kaplan,
argues in State Supreme Court that Trump
CAN be sued even though he is a sitting
President. We win the constitutional fight---a landmark for a defamation case.
Fourth, Trump, faced with the deadline of
providing his DNA sample---in one of the most
flabbergasting and corrupt moves of his presidency
----throws the case to the DOJ .
Fifth, my attorneys, Robbie Kaplan, and Joshua Matz
argue so cogently in Federal Court, the judge
tells the DOJ ........TO BUTT OUT. P.S. Joshua, whose
IQ 483, and who is pictured below in the red tie, also acted as special counsel to the prosecution, in both Impeachments Trials of Trump.
Here is Judge Lewis Kaplan's most wise OPINION.
The DOJ has appealed the decision in the Second Circuit. It is now up to the new-era Biden Justice Department to
do the right thing. Here is Robbie on Rachel Maddow
explaining the case:
and look what happened
In the last days before Trump leaves office—and claiming to act on behalf of the United States of America itself—Barr’s DOJ appeals Judge Kaplan’s decision to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Trump hires his own lawyers and files a separate appeal in his personal capacity.
Biden takes office. On April 16, 2021—two-and-a-half months after Trump and Melania copter off the South Lawn—we file a reply brief —you can practically see flames shooting off it—arguing that the DOJ’s position in this case would dishonor the Office of the Presidency, and give succor to the view that our most powerful political leaders stand entirely above the law.
All pretty clear so far, right?
Trump is gone. Barr is gone. Biden is President. Biden appoints Saint Merrick as his Attorney General. And all is well. Robbie, Joshua, I, and about 132 million women in America are waiting for the Biden DOJ to do the right thing and confess that its original position was wrong. Our ultimate plan is to proceed with discovery and meet Trump in court—an occasion for which, I need hardly tell, you, Reader, I have already selected my outfit.
Merrick Garland’s DOJ files a reply brief two nights ago, June 7th, that—incredibly, unbelievably—defends Trump. They argue that Trump was doing his job when he repeatedly slandered me and told the world thatI was too ugly for him to rape.
And that’s why there were so many headlines on Monday and more headlines today when Garland appears before the Senate. Biden’s DOJ turns out to be run by someone who may be more interested in protecting his vision of the DOJ “institution,”than in cleaning up its corruption.
At any rate, the arguments in the DOJ’s brief are both flaccid and dangerous; and Robbie, Joshua and I are looking forward to Oral arguments sometime this fall, when we will crush them into tiny fribbons. (Indiana word.)
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