Jack Smith floats ‘extraordinary’ move while blasting Trump judge’s ‘lawless’ order

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April 4, 202408:51

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“Smith is taking a clear stand, essentially telling Judge Cannon if she indulges this wildly lawless argument—that Donald Trump can take whatever he wants because the Presidential Records Act says so—that he may seek Judge Cannon’s removal,” says Chris Hayes.