Michael Cohen Presents DA Bragg With Problems Ahead of Trump Trial Testimony


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Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, is anticipated to be a key witness for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in the ex-president’s ‘hush money’ case. However, a recent report suggests that Cohen may be causing difficulties for the prosecutors.

As he gears up to testify, Cohen, the former Trump fixer responsible for arranging a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election, presents a series of challenges for the prosecution.

The DA’s office is not only working to restrict his communication about the case but also dealing with problematic testimony that could potentially tarnish Cohen’s image in front of the jury, as reported by Newsweek.

“Michael Cohen is a complete mess as a witness for the prosecution in the current state fraud trial,” former federal prosecutor Michael McAuliffe told the outlet.

Trump is facing 34 felony charges of falsifying business records linked to the payment made to Daniels. Prosecutors assert that Trump, along with Cohen and former publisher David Pecker, devised a scheme to sway the 2016 presidential election by concealing adverse stories about Trump, including Daniels’ allegations of an affair with the then-Republican nominee.

Trump has entered a plea of not guilty and refuted Daniels’ accusations. In a 2018 letter signed by Daniels, she also said the affair never happened.

“Cohen has loomed large over the trial that’s been taking place in the Manhattan Criminal Court. Trump was fined $9,000 for violating his gag order, which bars him from attacking any ‘foreseeable witnesses’ and jurors after the former president railed against Cohen and Daniels outside the courtroom,” the outlet noted further.

Cohen, who has emerged as a prominent critic of Trump following their split, continues to engage in discussions about the case despite being scheduled to testify in the trial.

Recently, Cohen took to X (formerly Twitter) to refer to Trump as “Von ShitzInPantz,” accusing him of acting out of desperation. In addition to his social media activity, Cohen has been addressing Trump and the trial in his nightly TikTok livestreams, making sarcastic comments like “Trump 2024? More like Trump 20-24 years.” Reports suggest that Cohen is profiting from these livestreams.

McAuliffe pointed out that Cohen’s history of statements about Trump and his “eccentric publicity…


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