New information has surfaced which could potentially weaken Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's case against former President Donald Trump. This development involves a letter from 2018 that has come to light, indicating that Michael Cohen paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels using his own personal funds. Trump's case was already considered to be unstable, but this recent revelation could further harm the prosecution's position.
Does This 2018 Letter 'Destroy' Alvin Bragg's Case Against Trump? https://t.co/jO7okEZSSC
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In addition, it is worth noting that neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign had any knowledge of the aforementioned transaction and were not involved in it in any way. This fact was emphasized by Stephen Ryan, Cohen's attorney, in a letter dated February 8th, 2018.
🚨BREAKING: New Bombshell Document DESTROYS Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump
2018 Letter from Michael Cohen’s lawyer to the FEC declares Cohen used his own personal funds to pay Stormy Daniels. Trump Camp. NOT party to transaction, did NOT reimburse Cohen for payment. It’s OVER pic.twitter.com/QacsjSbZAz
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Subsequently, Cohen confessed to a variety of federal offenses and employed his recently established shell corporation to make payments to Daniels. At the same time, he requested full reimbursement from the Trump Organization, which covered not only the payment to Daniels but also expenses related to technology work connected to Trump's campaign. This entire amount was disguised as invoiced expenses.
To top it all off, Cohen also admitted to a separate offense of providing false statements to Congress. Specifically, he had previously denied attempting to arrange a deal for a Trump Tower construction project in Moscow while the 2016 presidential campaign was ongoing.
Given these circumstances, it is not unexpected that Cohen received a three-year prison sentence for his multitude of unlawful behaviors. It is evident that, as an attorney, Cohen should have possessed the knowledge to refrain from engaging in such illicit and morally dubious actions.
Should Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg decide to pursue legal action against Trump regarding the Daniels payment, the 2018 letter may prove beneficial to Trump's defense. It could serve to highlight Cohen's questionable credibility and truthfulness, leading to additional chances for thorough questioning and cross-examination.
It’s high time that this witch hunt against our beloved former President came to an end. The left will stop at nothing to smear the great name of Donald Trump and his accomplishments. We must stand up for him and fight against these false allegations with every fiber of our being.