Probably a slightly bigger deal in the grand scheme of things, though?
The moment when Trump blew up a key legal defense in his January 6 case and made the Justice Department’s job to win a conviction a whole lot easier.
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As more than one legal expert subsequently noted, this was a wildly damning admission on the ex-president’s part.
And sure enough, Trump had said, ‘Stop counting.’ Well, that’s a crime.
He was saying at the time, and he just said it on air, to NBC, ‘Stop counting the votes.’ Well, that’s not allowed.
One, as Neal said, not relying on counsel, and two, saying that he wanted to stop the votes of American citizens. »