Students For Trump co-founder arrested for fraudulently posing as a lawyer: report
John Lambert, Nat. Vice-Chair & Co-Founder, Students for Trump. Image from screenshot.

Tennessee man John Lambert was arrested for fraudulently posing as a Manhattan attorney and bilking people of thousands of dollars for his fake services.


It turns out that Lambert, who solicited legal work through the fake name "Eric Pope," is the co-founder of Students For Trump:

Students For Trump, a campus conservative group, worked to get out the vote for President Donald Trump in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election. Its current chairman, Ryan Fournier, has pledged to do the same in 2020.

While Lambert headed up the group, he made multiple appearances on NBC News and Fox News, and appeared at an event with alt-right personality Milo Yiannopoulos.