Trump Picks Rudy Giuliani To Lead His Legal Challenges To Election

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Published on 14 Oct 2020, 20:00
According to reports, Donald Trump has once again reached out to Rudy Giuliani to oversee what could be a major legal battle for the President: The results of the 2020 Presidential election. Giuliani nearly gave up the game as Trump's lawyer for the Mueller Probe, and his presence is likely to make things worse for the President, not better. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what's happening.  

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

It was recently revealed that Donald Trump has already reached out to his mastermind attorney to kind of spearhead his campaigns, probable legal challenges to the results of the 2020 election. And for those of you haven't been paying attention for the last four years, that legal mastermind happens to be Rudy Giuliani. So Rudy Giuliani is going to be the one leading any legal challenge that Donald Trump and his campaign have to the results of the 2020 presidential election. A Rudy Giuliani, as most of you may remember, uh, was the lead attorney for Donald Trump's, uh, legal team handling the Mueller probe and, uh, Giuliani had a knack for going on TV frequently during that time and saying stupid things that always appeared to implicate Donald Trump and further criminal activity to the point where they had to essentially ban him from going on TV, because he was such a horrible representative and lawyer, but still something within there must have spoken to Trump.

And he looked at Rudy again, seeing what's coming with this election and said, you know what? I like him. I like this guy, something about him. I trust him to challenge the results of a national election so we can win a big gamble. Right? I mean, that's, yeah, that's pretty intense strategy. They're going with the, the weirdo, but sure. Why not? Look, here's the thing, folks. It doesn't matter who was on Donald Trump's legal team, which they're also going to have Jay Sekulow on there as another one of Trump's attorneys. They're going to have some, some good attorneys. They're also gonna have some bad attorneys cause Trump hires lots of bad attorneys, but it doesn't matter. They're going to challenge the results of the election. No matter what, the only question is, how are they going to challenge? It doesn't matter who the lawyers are.

You still have to actually have a case in order to file it. I have seen some of the best lawyers in this country, a literally hall of fame, trial lawyers for, from the trial lawyer hall of fame. I've interviewed all of them and they have brought cases that don't ever even make it to discovery because they get dismissed because it turns out there's no standing, there is no actual injury. So even the best lawyers in this country putting together the best possible argument can be told by a judge. I don't see any actual damage here by go get out folks. This kind of thing happens every day. And right now everybody is freaking out and you know what? We should be concerned about. Donald Trump challenging the results of this. You know, we should be concerned about Amy Coney Barrett being on the Supreme court at that time.
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