There’s been yet another shakeup in the Trump campaign’s case to block votes in Pennsylvania.
Three attorneys who were representing the campaign— Linda Kerns, the Philadelphia lawyer who has spearheaded several cases on Trump’s behalf in Pennsylvania, and Texans John Scott and Douglas Bryan Hughes—are withdrawing.
They say a new lawyer, Marc Scaringi, a Republican who runs a small firm in Harrisburg, will be stepping in.
This comes a day before arguments in the case over whether it should be dismissed, and shortly after several of President Trump’s legal avenues were shut down.
Last week, a midsized law firm named Porter Wright pulled out of representing the Trump campaign in the case, prompting the Texas duo to step up next to Kerns. The President announced his own shakeup of his legal team over the weekend, putting Rudy Giuliani in charge.