February 14, 2024

Stefanik Files NY Bar Complaint Against Letitia James

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is on the shortlist for Donald Trump’s VP.

We have seen all the top candidates maneuver, and she has just made yet another move to curry favor with Trump.

Stefanik has filed a bar complaint against New York Attorney General Letitia James.

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The race to be Trump’s VP is widely considered to be between a woman or a black candidate.

Stefanik has been in that conversation from the outset, as she has become a favorite of Trump’s.

She is joined by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.), and Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) as the top considerations.

With recent reports now taking Scott more seriously, it would appear that Stefanik is making moves to get Trump’s attention.

To that point, she stated, "Today, I filed a bar complaint against NY Attorney General Letitia James for violating the Rules of Professional Conduct by conducting a biased investigation and prosecution of President Trump.”

She added, "While all Americans possess the right to express their opinions on matters of public interest, attorneys -- particularly attorneys general -- are held to a higher standard due to their unique role as officers of the court.”

"Such behavior not only undermines the integrity of the legal process but also violates the Rules of Professional Conduct to which James, as a licensed attorney, is bound.”

Trump has always maintained that the New York fraud case was a direct result of a campaign promise that James made when she announced that she was running for office.

Trump never had a chance in this case with a judge who had clearly made up his mind about the case long before they ever stepped into the courtroom.

At the closing of the trial, James upped her initial suit from $250 million to $370 million, with a verdict expected shortly from Judge Engoron.

I have maintained from day one that the best chance Donald Trump will have of beating this case is on appeal, as he was deemed to have been guilty by Engoron the moment the case was put on his desk.

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