It would appear as though Donald Trump is getting loaded for bear amid the DOJ probe into the storage of documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Trump has added former Florida Solicitor General Chris Kise to his legal team.
Kise is expected to jump in right away, more than likely appearing in court during a hearing on Thursday for Trump.
Kise worked for the powerhouse firm of Foley & Lardner as well as the solicitor general for Florida.
He has experience arguing cases before the Supreme Court, so Trump is clearly digging in here.
Kise’s first assignment will be in fighting the DOJ for a Special Master to be appointed to review documents taken from Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago.
Even though the DOJ announced its vetting team has already reviewed the documents for privileged communications, Trump’s team will push forward on this request.
The ultimate goal is to find additional documents to hurt the DOJ’s case against Trump for taking privileged information it was not entitled to view during the raid.
The upcoming filing will be argued before Judge Cannon, who has already stated she is inclined to allow a Special Master, which the DOJ is already pushing back on.
Source: Fox News