Ex-Prosecutor: Trump's Latest Move A 'Sign Of Desperation' As Probes Intensify

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It was a "sign of desperation" that former President Donald Trump was attacking the wife of the special prosecutor assigned to oversee two federal criminal cases against his actions, a former federal prosecutor said.
In an analysis published on his YouTube channel on Saturday, Glenn Kirschner criticized Trump for his "nonsensical allegations" against veteran prosecutor Jack Smith, whom Attorney General Merrick Garland recently appointed to head the investigation into Trump's handling of classified documents and to oversee his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Trump and his allies were furious that Smith's wife, documentary filmmaker Katy Chevigny, worked as a producer on Michelle Obama's Becoming and donated $2,000 to President Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign, according to FEC records. In a Truth Social post last week, Trump used this information as alleged evidence to support his ongoing claims that the Justice Department is being armed against him, calling Smith a "hard-line special counsel for the Radical Left."
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Trump is acting desperate, Kirschner argued, because he "finally knows he'll be accountable."
He also predicted Trump's strategy would fail. "Think about it. If the target of an investigation could spark a conflict by attacking the prosecutor's spouse and then maybe somehow convince people that the prosecutor needs to go, well, not only would that encourage guys like Donald Trump, Prosecuting the prosecutor's spouse? Or family member? None of that will work."
Kirschner argued that it was absurd to suggest that a prosecutor's spouse could not hold political beliefs or engage in political activity.
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He explained, “So Trump is asserting that if the prosecutor's spouse is a Democrat, the prosecutor cannot act against ... corrupt or criminal Republican politicians because of the prosecutor's spouse's policies. That's absurd."
"And think of the logic behind it," he continued. "Well, if the prosecutor's spouse is a Democrat, then the prosecutor shouldn't be allowed to prosecute Democrats either, because presumably because of the prosecutor's spouse's policies, the prosecutor would go easy on the Democrats.
"So if you follow through on Trump's argument, if a prosecutor's spouse is political in any way ... the prosecutor cannot prosecute anyone who is Republican or Democrat."
There are no legal provisions preventing the partners of the federal prosecutor's office or the criminal prosecution authorities from being politically active or from making political donations.
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Many conservatives have been quick to criticize Smith's wife's views as a conflict of interest, but notably did not join the furor when it was revealed that Ginni Thomas, the wife of conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, was an avid supporter of Trump's big lie Vote 2020. Ginni Thomas drew sharp looks, not because she was a conservative activist, but because she took part in efforts to overthrow a democratic election.
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