One of former President Donald Trump’s attorneys, Chris Kise, made a stunning observation about his client’s future and the justice system, generally speaking, in the wake of the many cases filed against the likely GOP nominee. Kise joined Fox News host Jesse Watters on Thursday to discuss the situation.

“I think what you are seeing is across-the-board, these cases are starting, as you say, to crumble a bit. Rightly so because they are rife with misconduct, rife with problematic conduct by the prosecution. You have the documents case were now there’s allegations that the evidence, the boxes, the evidence has been mishandled,” Kise began.

“There’s no question. I was involved in the original proceeding challenging the search warrant and there’s no question that those photographs were staged. So now there’s questions regarding the status of the evidence, the critical evidence in the case,” he continued.

Kise was referencing a recent court filing by special counsel Jack Smith’s prosecutors in the classified documents case, suggesting they were fabricating details. If proven true, that would cast doubt on his ability to secure a conviction in the case. According to Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett, the Biden Justice Department special counsel “misled” Florida U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon regarding efforts to preserve evidence related to the FBI’s raid of Mar-a-Lago in August 2022. Smith’s prosecutors acknowledged the filing that some of the evidence cataloged in boxes seized from the property does not align with itemizations previously provided to the court.

Also, cover sheets — many of them marked “top secret” — were used as placeholders on some documents that were seized by the FBI from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in August 2023. A photo showing those documents went viral after the raid, but according to investigative reporter Julie Kelly, “The cover sheets do not represent the format in which the records were found–an intentional misrepresentation in the court docket for special master lawsuit and by the media,” she posted to X.

Kise continued: “In the Georgia case you have an appellate court that has agreed to review what is I think to most Americans obvious prosecutorial misconduct. So I think that case is falling by the wayside and now this afternoon there are allegations that the justice in the civil case that we tried last fall, Judge Engoron, that he’s under investigation under an ethics investigation because of inappropriate contact.”

He added: “And so you wonder at some point how much can the American legal system withstand? How much further are the Democrats willing to push the envelope to strain the legal system in order to bend it to their will, in order to try and prevent Donald Trump from getting to the White House?

“What should have happened is what happened with Grover Cleveland, let the voters decide. That’s why there’s an election and Donald Trump, if they let the voters decide, I think that’s what President Biden is worried about,” he said.


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