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They Have No Case, They Have No Crime

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Summary: In a recent press statement, former President Donald Trump vehemently dismissed the ongoing Manhattan criminal trial against him, claiming the prosecution has no legitimate case or crime to prove.

Trump criticized the trial for hindering his political activities, especially as he was forced to spend time in court rather than on the campaign trail. The trial’s proceedings on Monday took a dramatic turn when Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, admitted to stealing $30,000 from the Trump Organization, potentially damaging his credibility further. This development adds a significant twist as the trial approaches its conclusion.

In a fiery address to the press on Monday, former President Donald Trump lambasted the Manhattan criminal trial against him, asserting that the case lacks any substantial grounds. Trump, who arrived at the court an hour early, expressed frustration over being tied up in legal proceedings instead of campaigning.

“I was supposed to be making a speech for political purposes,” Trump remarked. “I’m not allowed to have anything to do with politics because I’m sitting in a very freezing cold courtroom for the last four weeks. It’s very unfair. They have no case, they have no crime. It has been determined by everybody, every legal scholar.”


The trial, which centers on allegations of “hush money” payments, saw a significant moment on Monday with the testimony of Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer and a convicted felon. Cohen’s testimony took an unexpected turn when he admitted to stealing $30,000 from the Trump Organization, an admission that could undermine his credibility as a witness.

Cohen’s admission came during cross-examination by Trump’s attorney, Todd Blanche. The exchange revealed that Cohen had requested a $50,000 reimbursement for a $20,000 payment to an IT company in 2016, effectively pocketing the difference. When directly asked if he had stolen from the Trump Organization, Cohen responded, “Yes, sir.”

This revelation was highlighted by Andrew Giuliani, a former special assistant to President Trump, who reported from inside the courtroom. Giuliani noted, “COHEN HAS ADMITTED TO STEALING $$ FROM THE TRUMP ORGANIZATION ON THE STAND.” He further mentioned that Cohen’s crime falls outside the statute of limitations for grand larceny, which is five years.

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The dramatic confession from Cohen could potentially sway the jury’s perception as the trial nears its final arguments. As the proceedings continue, Trump’s defense is likely to leverage this admission to cast doubt on Cohen’s reliability and the overall merit of the prosecution’s case.

Trump’s vocal criticism of the trial and the latest developments highlight the contentious and high-stakes nature of this legal battle. As the trial moves forward, all eyes remain on how these revelations will impact the final verdict and Trump’s future both legally and politically.

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