Trump’s legal team in chaos as two lawyers quit after indictment

Washington D.C. – President Trump’s legal team is facing a shakeup as two lawyers announced their resignation just one day after the president’s federal indictment. The lawyers, whose names have not been disclosed, parted ways with the Trump legal team amid mounting pressure and scrutiny.

The news of the resignations was first reported by The New York Times and later confirmed by Fox News and MSNBC. According to sources close to the situation, both lawyers were uneasy about working on the case and felt that they could not continue in good conscience.

President Trump announced changes to his legal team in a press conference on Wednesday, stating that he was preparing to bring on new attorneys to the case. “We have a lot of great lawyers out there, and we’re going to bring on the best of the best,” Trump said.

The president’s legal woes continue to mount as he faces multiple investigations and legal challenges. In addition to the federal indictment, Trump is also embroiled in a lawsuit over alleged financial improprieties in his businesses.

Political analysts say that the departure of the two lawyers is just the latest sign of turmoil within the Trump legal team. “This is an unprecedented situation,” said Terry Sullivan, a political strategist and former campaign advisor. “The president’s team is in disarray, and it’s not clear how they’re going to get out of this mess.”

Meanwhile, Democrats in Congress have continued to push for further investigations into the president’s alleged wrongdoing. “This is just the tip of the iceberg,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “We need to get to the bottom of this and hold those responsible accountable.”

The White House has not yet issued a statement about the resignation of the two lawyers. The president is expected to address the situation further in a press conference later this week.