Donald Trump’s Six-Word Message to Aileen Cannon Raises Eyebrows

Published June 11, 2024

Asix-word phrase in Donald Trump‘s latest request to delay proceedings in the classified documents case has sparked discussions online.

Lawyers for the former president wrote to Judge Aileen Cannon, who is overseeing the federal case, asking her to push back a deadline for when the defense can disclose who they intend on calling as expert witnesses in the trial from Tuesday until July 8.

The filings state that the defense needed more time to find potential experts as one they were considering calling notified them over the weekend that they could not work on the case.

The court document added that Trump is discussing with Special Counsel Jack Smith‘s office the issue of who the former president will call to present expert testimony “at trial should there be one.”

The federal classified documents trial is currently indefinitely on hold while Cannon rules on a number of hearings and motions connected to the case. The decision means that Trump is highly unlikely to appear before a jury to face the 40 felony charges ahead of November’s presidential election.



RELATED: Judge Aileen Cannon Hands Jack Smith a Win on Motion to Dismiss – but Hands Trump One, Too

Published June 11, 2024

The crux of the ruling is that Cannon denied Trump’s (and co-defendant Walt Nauta’s) motion to dismiss Special Counsel Jack Smith’s Superseding Indictment of the two on the basis of pleading deficiencies. (Before we go any further, note that there are multiple motions to dismiss in the matter, a couple of which remain pending — this one just has to do with whether the Superseding Indictment is properly pleaded.)

On the other hand, she did grant the defendants’ motion to strike one paragraph of the indictment, which we’ll delve into momentarily.

Here’s a brief overview of Monday’s ruling:

Trump’s legal team had sought to throw out more than a half-dozen of the 41 counts in the indictment, which accuses the former commander-in-chief of illegally hoarding classified documents from his presidency and conspiring with others to conceal sensitive files from the federal government.

The defendants had challenged counts related to obstruction and false statements, but U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon issued an order Monday saying that “the identified deficiencies, even if generating some arguable confusion, are either permitted by law, raise evidentiary challenges not appropriate for disposition at this juncture, and/or do not require dismissal even if technically deficient, so long as the jury is instructed appropriately and presented with adequate verdict forms as to each Defendants’ alleged conduct.”



RELATED: Judge Cannon Denies Trump Motion to Dismiss Some of Jack Smith’s Classified Documents Case – Here are the Details

Published June 10, 2024

Judge Aileen Cannon on Monday denied Trump’s motion to dismiss some of the charges in Jack Smith’s classified documents case.

President Trump and his co-defendant Walt Nauta filed a motion to dismiss charges related to obstruction and false statements.

Cannon denied the motion but removed a paragraph in Jack Smith’s superseding indictment.




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