Media Shockingly Censors Trump Lawyer

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( – During a Sunday interview, ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos clashed with former President Donald Trump’s attorney when he made unsubstantiated claims that President Joe Biden had a role in bringing the hush money case to trial.  

In the interview on “This Week,” Will Scharf repeatedly echoed Trump’s claims that the hush money trial was a result of the “politicization of the legal system.”  

Scharf claimed the trial was “unprecedented” in U.S. history, adding that it is “not the way” Americans run campaigns, as elections should be contested at the ballot box and “not in the courts.”  

Stephanopoulos agreed that elections shouldn’t be contested at the ballot box but suggested that wasn’t the case for Trump since there wasn’t any evidence to show the federal Department of Justice was involved in the state criminal trial.  

The ABC News host also highlighted that it was unprecedented for a former President or Presidential candidate to face the type of charges Trump was facing “because of his own activities.”  

However, as Stephanopoulos attempted to pivot to his initial question about sentencing, Scharf pressed on, disagreeing with the assertion that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was “not politically motivated” and that President Joe Biden and his “political allies” weren’t deeply involved in the prosecution.

Scharf’s interjection prompted Stephanopoulos to take a stand about the lack of evidence to suggest there was any truth in Trump’s Attorney’s statement.

“There’s just no evidence of that,” the ABC News host highlighted, explaining he wouldn’t allow Scharf to “continue to say that.”  

After some back-and-forth, Stephanopoulos queried whether or not Scharf wanted to “answer the question about the sentencing process.”

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