Trump Impeachment Attorney Canceled by Law School, Civil Rights Law Group

David Schoen, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, walks from the Senate floor through the Senate Reception room on the fourth day of the Senate Impeachment trials of former President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, on Feb. 12, 2021. (Jabin Botsford/Getty Images)

By Ivan Pentchoukov

An attorney who represented President Donald Trump during the recent impeachment trial says a law school canceled a civil rights law course he was going to teach and he was suspended from a civil rights lawyer email discussion list.

“I was hoping to teach a civil rights course at a law school in the fall. We’ve been in talks about it, kind of planning it out. I wrote to them and I said, ‘I want you to know, I’m gonna be representing Donald Trump in the impeachment case. I don’t know if that impacts on your decision at all,’” David Schoen, one of the three attorneys who argued before the Senate, told The Epoch Times.

“And they said, you know, they appreciated my writing and, frankly, it would make some students and faculty uncomfortable, so I couldn’t do it. Read the rest at


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1 Response to Trump Impeachment Attorney Canceled by Law School, Civil Rights Law Group

  1. Joe Z says:

    If Donald J. Chump walks away from us after winning the election 79 million votes to Beijing Biden’s 68 million then Chump is the biggest punk in the history of the planet.

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