Former President Donald Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, engaged in a spirited exchange with Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy on Wednesday, addressing his growing skepticism regarding the defenses put forth by Trump and his representatives.

Habba made an appearance on the show to discuss the recent indictment brought forward by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis against Trump. Initially, Habba dismissed the allegations, emphasizing that Trump’s right to due process had been violated.

Tensions escalated when Doocy referenced a recent column in the New York Post written by Fox News legal contributor Andy McCarthy. The column suggested that Trump could be facing significant legal jeopardy.

“I’ve been hearing from various legal analysts, and they’re pointing out that what sets this case apart from the federal cases is Georgia’s specific laws tailored for matters like election interference,” Doocy remarked. “Andy McCarthy, a Fox News contributor, penned an op-ed in the New York Post, stating that the Georgia indictment poses the most dangerous threat to former President Trump. Is President Trump aware of this perilous threat?”

“We disagree that this is a perilous threat because we have access to inside information,” Habba responded.

“What kind of inside information?” Doocy inquired.

Habba began to respond, adding a light-hearted jab at Doocy. “Inside information, Steve,” she started before humorously referencing his past affinity for Trump. “You used to be quite the Trump fan… I have to remind you.”

Habba went on to explain, “Unfortunately, I can’t share these details due to confidentiality and ethical considerations. However, I will persist in my stance.”

She then circled back to her earlier defense of Trump seeking legal counsel. Habba critiqued what she perceived as partisan allegations and concluded by questioning, “What about Hillary Clinton?” as a rhetorical point.

On Monday, a comprehensive 41-count indictment was unveiled against Trump and 18 co-defendants.

The former president faces charges including 13 counts of soliciting a public official to violate an oath, two counts of conspiring to commit first-degree forgery, two counts of making false statements and writings, one count of violating the Georgia RICO Act, one count of impersonating a public official, one count of submitting false documents, and one count of filing false documents.

Among the 18 additional individuals charged by Fulton County are Jenna Ellis, a lawyer; Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer; Sidney Powell, a lawyer; Robert Cheeley, a lawyer; John Eastman, a lawyer; Ray Smith III, a lawyer; Cathy Latham, an alleged fake elector; Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff; David Shafer, an alleged fake elector; Shawn Still, an alleged fake elector; Kenneth Chesebro, a lawyer; Michael Roman, a Trump campaign staffer; Misty Hampton, Coffee County elections supervisor; Stephen Lee, a pastor; Trevian Kutti, a publicist; Willie Lewis Floyd III, former leader of “Black Voices for Trump”; Jeffrey Clark, former DOJ official; and Scott Hall, a bail bondsman, as reported by the Daily Wire.

Following the indictment’s release, the Trump campaign issued a statement denouncing DA Willis as an “extreme partisan” who is using these alleged baseless indictments as a platform for campaigning and fundraising.

The statement contended that Willis “strategically delayed her investigation to disrupt the 2024 presidential race and harm the prominent Trump campaign.” It further labeled the accusations within the indictment as “fabricated.”

In response to Trump’s statement, Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp asserted that the 2020 election in Georgia was not rigged.

“The 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. For almost three years, no one with evidence of fraud has come forward – under oath – to substantiate anything in a court of law. Our elections in Georgia are secure, accessible, and equitable and will remain so as long as I’m governor. Our focus must be on the future of our country in 2024,” stated Kemp on X, formerly known as Twitter.