Trump lawyer admits ex-prez posing with bat next to DA Bragg was ‘ill-advised’

Donald Trump's lawyer has admitted that the former president's decision to pose with a baseball bat next to District Attorney Bragg was “ill-advised”.

The incident occurred during a recent rally in support of the former president in Pennsylvania. Trump, who was campaigning for his re-election, was seen posing with a bat and a “Make America Great Again” hat next to DA Bragg.

The photo was widely circulated on social media and quickly sparked criticism from Democrats, who said that it was inappropriate for the former president to pose with a weapon next to an elected official.

Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, conceded that the photo was ill-advised and said that it was taken in the heat of the moment.

“I think it was ill-advised,” Giuliani said. “In hindsight, it would have been better to not take the photo with [DA Bragg].”

Giuliani added that the photo was meant to be “lighthearted” and that no disrespect was intended towards the DA.

The incident has been a source of controversy for the former president, who has come under fire for his controversial statements and actions since leaving office.

The photo incident has also been criticized by some Republicans, who say that it was inappropriate for a former president to pose with a weapon next to an elected official.

Despite the criticism, Trump remains popular among his supporters and continues to be vocal in defending his legacy.