Trump campaign senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis unloaded on the media during a heated news conference Thursday, accusing reporters of failing to serve as “unbiased jurors” in the court of public opinion while reminding them their personal views are irrelevant.
Trump’s legal team held a press conference in Washington to provide an update on ongoing legal challenges related to the presidential election. Ellis stepped to the podium and started by scolding a reporter who shouted a question directed at Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, who had just finished giving lengthy remarks.
“Excuse me, we’re not up to the questions at this point… we’re not at the questions at this point,” Jenna Ellis reprimanded the reporter before launching into her comments about the media.
“What you have heard, I’m sure, in the fake newspapers, tomorrow will be one of two things. Either there was not sufficient evidence that we presented, or we spoke too long,” Jenna Ellis said. “What you’ve heard now is basically an opening statement. This is what you can expect to see when we get to court to actually have a full trial on merit, to actually show this evidence in court and prove our case. This is not a ‘Law & Order’ episode where everything is neatly wrapped up in 60 minutes.”
Jenna Ellis then said reporters who have “tuned out” widespread claims of voter fraud “clearly” never were court reporters because it takes time to present evidence properly.
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