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Trump defense attorney Bruce Castor mixes up Georgia pol Brad Raffensperger with Ben Roethlisberger as the most awesome trainwreck stumbles on

Donald Trump’s lawyer, Babblin’ Bruce Castor, has had a rough week. First his opening in Trump’s impeachment trial Tuesday was either his first nervous steps into the land of stand-up comedy, or just the ramblings of an utterly lost lawyer. Or both. He was so bad Trump was reportedly losing his shit over his performance.
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Trump lawyer Bruce Castor refers to “Georgia secretary of state Ben Roethlisberger” during impeachment trial

The U.S. Senate impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump continued Friday, and Trump’s lead counsel Bruce Castor again got attention for an odd comment. Earlier this week, Castor made a lot of widely-discussed remarks, such as first referring to himself as “lead prosecutor” rather than “lead counsel” and engaging in a wild discussion of hearsay. On Friday, he made a factual error, saying that Trump’s Jan. 5 call to Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger was instead to “Georgia secretary of state Ben Roethlisberger.” Roethlisberger, of course, is the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Trump defense attorney Bruce Castor accustomed to political disaster

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Bruce Castor's moment in the national glare on Tuesday, as Donald Trump's second impeachment trial began, was seen as an ambling and at times aimless hour-long disquisition in search of a point. He will have a chance to make a different impression when he begins to present the former president's defense on Friday.

Bruce Castor: Trump lawyer offers bewildering defence statement

Donald Trump's lawyers stole the show at the opening of his impeachment trial at the US Senate - but not in a way that will have pleased the former president. Indeed Mr Trump was unhappy, according to media reports, with the performance of Bruce Castor, whose 48-minute address appeared to have very little substantive content.
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Trump lawyer Bruce Castor defends performance at impeachment trial

Old tweets show Raskin, Biden saying ‘fight like hell’. ​Bruce Castor, one of the lawyers representing former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial, is defending his performance at Tuesday’s proceedings, saying former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows encouraged him to “continue doing what you’re doing.”. “Yesterday...
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Newsmax Cut Off Trump Lawyer Bruce Castor So Alan Dershowitz Could Mock Him (Video)

Alan Dershowitz served as defense attorney back at Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial a year ago, but this time he’s watching on TV like the rest of us. And he’s just as unamused as everyone else by the defense from Trump’s current impeachment lawyers, specifically calling out Bruce Castor during an interview on Newsmax’s “American Agenda.
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Trump still hasn't conceded his election loss. But his impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor did, several times.

Former President Donald Trump was, by all accounts, furious at his impeachment trial defense team, especially lead lawyer Bruce Castor, panned across the board for his odd, rambling opening statement. "Cocooned at his Mar-a-Lago estate, Trump watched as his defense attorneys responded to an emotional presentation by House impeachment managers...
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Donald Trump Was ‘Borderline Screaming’ At His TV Over Poor Performance Of Impeachment Lawyer Bruce Castor

Donald Trump was furious and “borderline screaming” at his television while watching impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor deliver opening statements in the former president’s trial in the U.S. Senate. Castor’s performance was widely panned, with even some allies of Trump calling it disjointed and ineffective. Castor even admitted in the opening...
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Trump's defense lawyer Bruce Castor is slammed by Alan Dershowitz for 47-minute rambling opening speech that FAILED to explain why impeachment trial is unconstitutional

President Donald Trump's former impeachment lawyer Alan Dershowitz absolutely panned Trump's current impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor's opening swing at an argument during Tuesday's Senate trial. 'There is no argument. I have no idea what he's doing. I have no idea why he's saying what he's saying,' Dershowitz said Tuesday on...
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Late night hosts pick highlights from Day 1 of Trump's 2nd impeachment trial, mock lawyer Bruce Castor

Former President Donald Trump's "second impeachment trial has finally begun," Jimmy Fallon said on Tuesday's Tonight Show. "Seriously, I can't believe we're talking about Trump again — even herpes knows when to take a break once in a while." Trump's lead lawyer was a guy named Bruce Castor, and he was so rambling, "if the Senate had an orchestra pit, they'd be playing him off," he said.
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Who have David Schoen and Bruce Castor defended?

DONALD Trump's second impeachment trial is set to begin on Tuesday, February 9, in the Senate. Trump is the only president in US history to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives. He was charged with "incitement of insurrection" in connection with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.