WATCH: George Conway Accuses Trump Of ‘Witness Tampering’ In Appearance on MSNBC

Appearing on MSNBC’s “The Katie Phang Show” early Saturday morning, attorney George Conway accused Donald Trump of “witness tampering” over comments he made in a speech at the Faith & Freedom conference in Nashville on Friday.

Conway said Trump is trying to derail the judicial system by influencing former aids and other individuals close to him, who have yet to testify before the sham January 6 committee.

“Someone should tell him that he has the right to remain silent and anything he says can and will be used against him in a court of law,” Conway, the husband of former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway told the host. “From a prosecutor’s standpoint, just let him keep talking. He is basically still admitting that he put pressure on Mike Pence to do something that was completely illegal. Frankly, although he is not president, if he was president he would be doing what he did a few years ago like dangling pardon to people.”

“Well, he talks about how when he becomes president he might give pardons,” host Phang interjected.

“He is not president,” Conway countered. “I do not think he’s ever going to get elected president again. It’s an attempt at witness tampering frankly, a little bit.”

“Yeah, he is dangling the opportunity for people to not cooperate, not testify, to be able to get a pardon,” Phang replied.

“It kills me,” Conway added. “He is doing this in front of the Faith and Freedom conference. The guy who paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels and to end democracy is at the Faith and Freedom conference is getting a standing ovation. I cannot take it.”

Trump was the keynote speaker at the Faith & Freedom Christian conference. During his speech, he vigorously attacked the sham January 6 committee investigating the alleged “insurrection.” Trump stated his discontent with how accused and indicted rioters have been treated and suggested he would offer pardons if he became president again.


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