Trump hired #BillionDollarLawyer to represent him in Georgia election interference investigation

former President Donald Trump Hired a lawyer to represent him in the 2020 election interference criminal investigation in Georgia – known for representing the rappers.

Trump hired last week Drew FindlingAn Atlanta attorney, known online as #BillionDollarLawyer and representing a star-studded list of clients, Including artist’s Cardi BMigos, Waka Flocka FlameAnd Gucci Mane,

check is See In possible 2020 election interference. Although Trump has not been named as the target of the Georgia investigation, Fulton County prosecutors have released summons For the members of the Inner Circle of the former President- Sen. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) and former Trump lawyer John Eastman And rudy giuliani are among them. apart from this, slate of 16 alternate electors Georgia could face charges.

On top of his background in criminal defense work, Findling’s reputation runs deep rap community, “He’s the greatest lawyer in the game, man,” said offset, a member of the Migos group and husband of Cardi B. As Finding pointed out new York Times, she missed the rapper 2 Chainz Pointing to him and said to his wife: “You see that man right there? Honey, we don’t ever want to be in his office.”

In another strange twist in this recruitment, Findling has been an outspoken critic of Trump. After Trump’s sacking in 2017 Preet Bhararas From his position as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Findling took over Twitter: “The POTUS firing SDNY US Attorney Preet Bharara is a sign of fear that he will aggressively investigate this POTUS stink.”

After criticism of the former president in 2018 lebron jamesFinding tweeted: “Criticizing racist architect LeBron of fraudulent Trump University, founder of a free school for kids… POTUS pathetic once again!”

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Sharp criticism aside, now Findling will represent Trump, and he explained his choice to do so in a recent interview. new York Times: “I do not believe that we choose our clients or clients based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, political beliefs or the real issues involved in a crime … we have our own personal lives and we have personal politics, And I don’t ‘don’t apologize for my personal politics.’

“I may differ politically from many of my clients, but that doesn’t change my commitment to protect against false investigations,” said the law firm of Findling. Told in a statement on Thursday. “In this case, the focus on President Trump in Fulton County, Georgia is clearly a false and politically driven harassment and, along with my office and co-lawyers, I am fully committed to defending against this injustice. “

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