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Trump’s Attorney Argues That Georgia Trial Would Disrupt 2024 Campaign

In a recent court hearing, former President Trump’s attorney, Steve Sadow, claimed that a trial in the Georgia 2020 election subversion case would be considered “election interference” if it coincides with Trump’s nomination as the GOP candidate for the 2024 presidential election.

Sadow expressed concerns about the potential scenario where the Republican nominee for president is unable to campaign due to being in court defending himself. He deemed this to be the most significant instance of election interference in US history.

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While a trial date has not yet been set for the case that accuses Trump and 18 other defendants of attempting to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, it is expected to take place in mid- to late-2024 as the presidential election approaches.

Trump’s legal defense is expected to revolve around this argument to avoid a trial, especially as he currently holds significant leads in the polls over other GOP rivals.

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Sadow stated that a trial of this nature could last for several months, a sentiment echoed by Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis, indicating that the case may extend into the November 4 general election.

However, prosecutor Nathan Wade dismissed Sadow’s interference argument, asserting that the trial is simply part of conducting the county’s business and does not impede Trump’s ability to campaign or seek office.

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In terms of the 2024 primary season, the Iowa caucuses are scheduled for January 15, and Republicans will choose their nominee at the Milwaukee convention on July 18. It is worth noting that Trump currently faces multiple criminal and civil trials, including one on March 4 for federal election interference claims.

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