According to President Donald J. Trump, David Schoen appeared on Fox News on Monday and told show host Sean Hannity that he was ready for the job in a week to defend Trump in Washington DC is an Impeachment trial.
Washington DC has gone on the warpath against Trump in a full-blown and shocking campaign of revenge, and they are dragging out every dirty political trick that they can collectively come up with to harm and abuse Trump for daring to represent the will of the American people over their shady backroom deals and cronyism.
“Besides the fact that it is an unconstitutional and very very dangerous road to take to the first amendment, and against everything we believe in this country,” Schoen told Hannity.
“Impeachment is tearing the country apart. Biden missed an opportunity to call this off and be a Statesman. The democrats tried to impeach Trump on his first day, so this is the weapon they have used against him, Pelosi and Water just want to stop him from running for president again. What about the people who want an open political process. sing impeachment to stop someone from running. The people are being judged, and Jury has already announced that the defendant must be convicted. Leahy has already called for Trump to be convicted. Does this country really need videotapes of people being hurt? We would stipulate there was a riot, and it has nothing to do with what President Trump,” Schoen said.
Schoen was one of, if not the last person to meet with Jeffrey Epstein, telling Fox News about the meeting casting doubt on the official cause of death for Epstein.
“I saw him a few days earlier,” said Schoen on Fox Nation’s “Deep Dive” last year. “The reason I say I don’t believe it was suicide is for my interaction with him that day. The purpose of asking me to come there that day and over the past previous couple of weeks was to ask me to take over his defense.”
Schoen was due to represent Epstein.
“We agreed in the course of that discussion… He was upbeat and excited about going forward,” Schoen continued. “The following day, I got a phone call from one of his lawyers saying he just met with him after I met with him. How excited he is about going forward with this. If I could get in that night and start giving orders to the team, it would be a great help.”
Schoen hit the ground running in his first interview on Trump’s behalf on his first full day on the job.
“I was flattered he asked me, and I’m honored to represent him,” said Schoen, who lives in Atlanta and has law offices in New York and Montgomery, Alabama.
“Two trial lawyers, David Schoen and Bruce Castor Jr. will head the legal team defending him in the Senate against the charge that he incited the deadly invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6,” CNBC reported on Sunday.
“The hiring of Schoen, a civil rights and criminal defense lawyer who previously represented Trump’s longtime ally Roger Stone, and Castor, a former district attorney known for declining to prosecute Bill Cosby on sexual assault charges, was announced Sunday in a press release from Trump’s office,” CNBC said.
Fox News reported on the impeachment:”Last week, 45 Republican senators voted that the Senate did not have the authority to hold a trial for a former president. But 50 Democrats and five Republicans voted that it can — allowing the trial to move forward and virtually assuring that senators will eventually be forced to vote on whether or not to convict Trump. It’s highly unlikely that any court would step in to tell the Senate how to run its internal affairs.”