Ryan E.
September 16, 2023

'Big Win' For Trump

ABC is not exactly what you'd call a conservative news outlet, so when it announces something good about or for Donald Trump, America's ears are likely to perk up.

A producer for ABC just made a pretty bold statement about what Trump just got in his Georgia 2020 election case:

"Big win."

John Stantucci is the executive editorial producer for ABC News, and he thinks that the recent decision about Trump case is bad news for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

"Fani Willis wasn’t there, but you gotta imagine, Diane, she’s throwing things against the wall based on this hearing," Stantucci said to the host. "Having a 'show this fall' followed by a “'repeat performance next spring' makes it 'incredibly difficult for prosecutors,'" he said.

"A great win for Donald Trump and others that did not want to be part of this speedy trial case," John Stantucci continued. "I can tell you, sitting here with you, just texting with some of the attorneys involved in the other defendants -- celebrating, ‘Yay, victory.’ This is everything they wanted -- was to take more time and slow this down."

"It’s fascinating that you then saw prosecutors jump in saying, ‘Whoa whoa, wait a second. If you’re going to share this with everybody, give a protective order.' It’s duplicative to what we’ve seen in the other cases of the former president," he said.

Trump and his co-defendants are being accused of scheming to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

All of them have pleaded not guilty in the case, and Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.

Many people think that these cases against Trump will never succeed, because even if Trump was wrong about who won the 2020 election, it's not illegal to be wrong.

The question is whether it is illegal to lie, though. Did Donald Trump KNOW he lost and say the opposite anyway?

That could be hard to prove, regardless.

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