Trump considering Giuliani and Dershowitz for impeachment defense team

Staring down the barrel of a second impeachment, President Donald Trump is beginning to mull who would represent him in a Senate trial.

He’s expected to be represented by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, in the event of an impeachment trial, two sources familiar with the matter said, and is also considering hiring controversial attorney Alan Dershowitz for his impeachment defense team.
Dershowitz declined to comment to CNN, 言って, “I don’t talk to CNN, I sue them.But he told ポリティコ on Friday that it would be hishonor and privilegeto defend the President.
A Giuliani spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
While the President’s impeachment defense team is only just coming into view, it is becoming increasingly clear that the primary members of the team during his first impeachment would be unlikely to join.
Constitutional attorney Jay Sekulow, White House counsel Pat Cipollone and attorney Jane Raskin are not expected to be involved for a second impeachment trial. Cipollone is said to have considered resigning in recent days.