Attorney Reveals That Key Trump Witness Will No Longer Testify in Trial – EVOL

On May 9, a lawyer representing former President Donald Trump announced that former model Karen McDougal would not be appearing as a witness in the trial of the former president.

“The People informed me they no longer intend to call Ms. McDougal,” Trump attorney Todd Blanche stated.

He didn’t offer an explanation.

Ms. McDougal had alleged that she engaged in an affair with President Trump between 2006 and 2007, which he has denied. Prosecutors allege that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid Ms. McDougal not to speak publicly about the alleged relationship and that his campaign falsified business records.

A former lawyer of Ms. McDougal, Keith Davidson, testified earlier in the trial that “Ms. McDougal alleged she had a romantic affair with Donald Trump some years prior.”

Earlier on May 9, Mr. Blanche informed Judge Juan Merchan that the defense intends to address concerns regarding recent testimony and plans to file a motion for a mistrial following witness Stephanie Clifford’s testimony. Additionally, they requested that the judge permit President Trump to publicly address the allegations made by Ms. Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, during her testimonies on May 7 and May 9. Ms. Clifford has claimed to have



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