Trump Grand Jury’s Month-Long Hiatus Does Not Indicate Strength Nor Weakness of Evidence: Jenna Ellis

Kevin Hogan
By Kevin Hogan
March 30, 2023NTD News Todayshare

The grand jury probing former President Donald Trump is reportedly taking a month-long break due to a planned hiatus. NTD speaks to constitutional attorney Jenna Ellis who says the delay doesn’t necessarily weigh in on the evidence or lack thereof, and that it remains to be seen whether District Attorney Alvin Bragg will move forward with the case. She also says both sides will use the news to their advantage in the media. Furthermore, Ellis says opponents of Trump might try to use the “lack of evidence” in the DA’s case to make the special counsel probe in Washington and the case in Fulton County, Georgia, seem stronger.

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