Bill Maher: ‘Rising Star’ Alvin Bragg’s Anti-Trump ‘Hush Money’ Case Could ‘Change the Whole Election’ – EVOL

Liberal TV host Bill Maher has had a change of heart regarding Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s “hush money” case against President Donald Trump, asserting that the trial could directly influence the upcoming November election.

The comments are a startling turnaround for Maher, the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” who previously expressed initial skepticism regarding Bragg’s case against Trump, as Fox News reported.

Maher now believes that the case, which focuses on allegations of Trump’s involvement in “hush money” schemes ahead of the 2016 election, could lead to a criminal conviction.

Initially, Maher dismissed the trial as the least significant among the various legal challenges Trump faced.

Previously dismissive of its gravity, Maher now argues that the trial’s outcomes could significantly influence the upcoming presidential campaign.

Maher’s change of heart came after hearing the testimony of David Pecker.

Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, was the trial’s first witness.

His account involved details of the “catch-and-kill” payments intended to suppress stories about Trump’s alleged extramarital affairs during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Pecker did not provide evidence linking Trump to any such activity, however.

According to Maher, Pecker’s testimony was a pivotal moment in the trial.

He told



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