It "absolutely" shows the former president's intent, argued Andrew Weissmann.
Andrew Weissmann explained how the former president “hurt himself substantively and in terms of his behavior.”
“I can’t imagine having a client like this,” said former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal.
Andrew Weissmann made a damning comparison between “any normal person” and the former president.
It's the "wrong incentive," argued Andrew Weissmann.
It's all about one thing, said Andrew Weissmann.
Andrew Weissmann explained the possible dire consequences for the former president.
“I don’t think it’s going to play well,” Andrew Weissmann told MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace.
“Legally, it’s irrelevant,” Andrew Weissmann said of the argument presented by Trump and his attorneys.
Andrew Weissmann accused Trump and his attorneys of “playing games” with this move.