Vox: Prof. Cheryl Bader On Why Trump Defense Wants Georgia Election Case Moved to Federal Court


As former President Donald Trump’s legal team continues planning their defense strategy, Professor Cheryl Bader discusses a key benefit for the former President having some of the cases — especially his — moved to federal court: the lack of cameras.

“Trump does not want the cameras trained on him while he is sitting humbled in the defendant’s chair while the prosecutor is speaking to jurors, feeding them actual facts and the judge is sitting on the bench above him calling the shots,” said Cheryl Bader, a professor at Fordham School of Law. “He would rather have the cameras rolling outside the courtroom where he can control the ‘spin.’”

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