The Eastman Memo Is a Tragedy of Errors

Attorney John Eastman (left) speaks next to Then-President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani in Washington, D.C., January 6, 2021. (Jim Bourg/Reuters)
Not all of the Trump legal adviser's arguments challenging the election results are unserious, but all of them are wrong, several in multiple ways.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he Republican Party and the conservative movement would both be best served by moving on from Donald Trump, the 2020 election controversies, and the January 6 Capitol riot. Unfortunately, Trump is not eager to go away, a faction of his hard-core supporters still care deeply about defending stolen-election theories, and some of them are agitated about the January 6 prosecutions.

Moreover, Democrats and their allies in the media and the pundit class are — for fairly obvious reasons — far more interested in talking about Trump, the 2020 election, and January 6 than in talking about the current government of the

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