Who is Epshteyn? Apr 10, 2023 | Luật Sư Gốc Do Thái Trong Đội Bào Chữa Cho TT Trump là ai?

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Apr 10, 2023 | Luật Sư Gốc Do Thái Trong Đội Bào Chữa Cho TT Trump Là Ai?


Seated at the defendant’s table in a Manhattan courtroom alongside former President Trump on Tuesday were his attorneys Todd Blanche, Susan Necheles and Joe Tacopina.

At the end of the table was another man: Boris Epshteyn, a longtime Trump aide and his in-house counsel, who has ascended to be one of the former president’s closest advisers as he mounts a third White House bid while navigating a slew of legal troubles.

Epshteyn worked on Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns, and he was at the center of high profile efforts to cast doubt on the results of the 2020 election. In the process, he has generated his share of critics who question his influence on the former president.

Epshteyn has managed to remain in the New York mogul’s orbit dating back to his first White House campaign.

Epshteyn, a Georgetown Law graduate, joined the 2016 Trump campaign as a communications aide who often appeared on television to defend Trump. He also worked on the Inaugural Committee, and he later joined the 2020 campaign as an adviser for coalitions.

Following 2016, Epshteyn, who was born in Moscow and immigrated to the U.S. as a child, was among a list of contacts sought by House Intelligence Committee investigators probing Russia’s interference in that year’s election.

After the 2020 election, Epshteyn was one of a handful of prominent figures working on efforts to challenge and try to overturn Trump’s election loss in key swing states.

He appeared at a now infamous press conference with former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell at the Republican National Committee headquarters in which they made numerous claims that the 2020 election results were fraudulent, though he did not speak.

Between stints working for Trump, Epshteyn had a platform as chief political commentator for Sinclair Broadcast Group. Epshteyn’s segments were briefly required to run on Sinclair-owned stations, generating controversy over the right-leaning nature of his commentary.