A group of RINOs connected to the Bushs and Mitt Romney filed a brief in Florida requesting the judge to deny President Trump’s request to look into the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago.
FOX News reported this morning that a group of seven former prosecutors filed an amicus brief asking the Federal judge in Florida to deny President Trump’s request to look into the FBI’s illegal raid on Mar-a-Lago.
Ahead of the Department of Justice’s filing Tuesday night that opposed President Trump’s call for a “special master” to review White House documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, seven former federal prosecutors filed an amicus brief asking a Florida federal judge to deny his request.
Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, Donald B. Ayer, Gregory A. Brower, John J. Farmer Jr., Stuart M. Gerson, Peter D. Keisler, William F. Weld – who all served in Republican administrations – called Trump’s request a “waste of time.”
The motion said the former prosecutors have a “special interest” in the case and “can provide assistance to the court.”
“Amici all served in Republican administrations and collectively have decades of experience prosecuting cases involving sensitive materials or advising on matters regarding the proper scope of executive power and executive privilege,” the motion said.
The brief said Trump’s request should be denied because the appointment of a special master for a claim of executive privilege by a former president “against the same Executive Branch to which the privilege belongs” is unprecedented.
Christine Todd Whitman is a RINO who spoke at the Democrat convention in support of Joe Biden.
The others on the list are all connected to the Bushs and Mitt Romney, who all hate President Trump.