Trump amplifies Sidney Powell’s work despite the law team loosely cutting for him


President Donald Trump has stepped up the work of attorney Sidney Powell while continuing to make allegations of widespread voter fraud, despite his legal team distancing himself from it.

The team issued a statement stating that Powell was not and was not a member of Trump’s legal team or worked for him in a personal capacity, despite appearing at one of the campaign’s most recent press conferences.

This is despite the fact that Trump had previously referred to him in his messaging about his legal team, and his allies repeated his remarks.

Powell has released his own statement, jingling with his legal team, stating that they have never been paid for the campaign and will continue to investigate his fraud allegations on his own.

Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal attorney and former mayor of New York, said the team broke up with Powell while pursuing various theories.

Despite pushing him away from the Trump campaign, the president has shared several posts on Twitter during recent retweets.


Attorney Sidney Powell speaks to the press about various lawsuits related to the 2020 election at the Republican National Commission headquarters on November 19, 2020 in Washington DC. The president retweeted messages about his work, despite being isolated by his legal team.
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He shared an article citing the so-called “Deep State,” which referred to Powell and his work. Trump also shared two posts about a lawsuit in Georgia about whom he intends to file his intentions. One video details his talk at Fox Business and the other details lawyer Lin Wood. Wood’s tweet added that the lawsuit “speaks TRUTH” and that “America’s enemies deny its claims.”

Powell spoke of a “huge document” containing “plenty of exhibits” about the Georgian lawsuit, and of “countless events” of election fraud.

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President Donald Trump arrives at the press to speak at the White House James Brady press conference on November 24, 2020. He continues to dispute Democrat Joe Biden’s success in the presidential election.
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He also spoke of lawsuits in other states, having previously suggested that software be manipulated to increase Biden’s number.

The lawyer, who previously represented Michael Homnn, a former national security adviser, faced criticism for failing to provide evidence to support his allegations. Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson and Powell had previously clashed with this.