CNN: Michael Cohen’s Admission about Stealing from Trump Creates ‘Reasonable Doubt’ – EVOL

During another train wreck day in court for the Democrats’ “hush money” trail, “star witness” Michael Cohen admitted during testimony that he stole from his former boss, President Donald Trump.

Cohen admitted on the witness stand Monday that he stole thousands of dollars from the Trump Organization.

During a grilling from the 45th president’s defense attorney Todd Blanche, Cohen testified that he lied to former Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg in 2017 that he paid $50,000 to the tech company RedFinch.

Cohen testified that he was reimbursed $50,000 from the Trump Org. but only gave RedFinch $20,000 and pocketed the rest, according to The Liberty Daily.

The admission has triggered yet more panic among anti-Trump Democrats and their corporate media allies.

Following the testimony, a CNN panel warned that Cohen’s acknowledgment of stealing funds from Trump’s company must establish “reasonable doubt” for the jury in the “hush money” trial.

The CNN panel, including legal experts, said the admission could significantly damage Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against Trump.

They noted that it could lead to the jury reaching a not-guilty verdict for President Trump.

“This is a bomb, this is really important,” CNN legal analyst Elie



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