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Ex-DOJ Official Burns Trump’s ‘Nonsense Arguments’ With Bold Legal Prediction

Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal said Donald Trump’s “nonsense” legal maneuvers aren’t working ― and predicted that the former president’s first criminal trial will begin as scheduled next Monday.

“As someone who actually pays his taxes, I’m glad to see April 15th actually having some consequence for Donald Trump,” he told MSNBC’s Jen Psaki on Sunday.

Katyal dismissed an effort by Trump’s attorneys to force the judge in the hush money trial to step aside with claims of bias.

“His legal strategy is first lie, then deny, then delay,” he said. “And we’re on the delay phase of this. It’s his last-ditch effort.”

But he predicted it won’t work ― and that Trump will soon make the wrong kind of history.

“I strongly suspect Donald Trump will be convicted at the end of that trial,” he said. “That will be the first former president to be convicted criminally.”

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