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Trump denial that Sidney Powell was ever his lawyer triggers a whole lot of BS


Days after Sidney Powell pleaded guilty in the Georgia racketeering case, former President Donald Trump declared that she was never his attorney.

“Sidney Powell was one of millions and millions of people who thought, and in ever increasing numbers still think, correctly, that the 2020 Presidential Election was RIGGED & STOLLEN, AND OUR COUNTRY IS BEING ABSOLUTELY DESTROYED BECAUSE OF IT!” Trump wrote Sunday on Truth Social.

Trump was reacting following Powell’s surprise plea deal in the case of the 2020 election in which she pled guilty to six misdemeanor counts.

“Despite the Fake News reports to the contrary, and without even reaching out to ask the Trump Campaign, MS. POWELL WAS NOT MY ATTORNEY, AND NEVER WAS. In fact, she would have been conflicted,” Trump declared in his post.

“Ms. Powell did a valiant job of representing a very unfairly treated and governmentally abused General Mike Flynn, but to no avail,” Trump continued. “His prosecution, despite the facts, was ruthless.”

No sooner had Trump posted his message than his critics took to disproving his claim. Progressive watchdog group MeidasTouch soon posted a clip online of Trump’s former attorney Rudy Giuliani from 2020 in which he introduced Powell.

“This is representative of our legal team. We’re representing President Trump and we’re representing the Trump campaign. When I finish Sidney Powell and then and then Jenna Ellis will follow me and we will present in brief the evidence that we’ve collected over the last I guess it is two weeks,” Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, said at the time.

Other examples dug up by critics include a tweet from Trump in November 2020 n which he referenced the “legal effort” and named Powell along with other attorneys.

“I look forward to Mayor Giuliani spearheading the legal effort to defend OUR RIGHT to FREE and FAIR ELECTIONS! Rudy Giuliani, Joseph diGenova, Victoria Toensing, Sidney Powell, and Jenna Ellis, a truly great team, added to our other wonderful lawyers and representatives!” the then-president tweeted on his Twitter account which would soon be suspended.

Days after this post, however, it was reported that the Trump team clarified that Powell was not, in fact, part of the legal team.

“Prosecutors sentenced Powell to six months probation, a $6,000 fine and $2,700 restitution, and she is also required to submit an apology letter to Georgia residents,” The Hill reported. “Powell, 68, became the second defendant in the the Georgia election interference case to plead guilty. Scott Hall, a bail bondsman, pled guilty last month to five counts of the same charge Powell did.”

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