Jonathan Turley: Michael Cohen’s Testimony May Exonerate Trump – EVOL

In a stunning turn of events, Michael Cohen’s testimony in the “hush money” case against President Donald Trump may have spectacularly backfired on the Democrats.

The testimony from Cohen, Trump’s disgraced former attorney, has raised significant questions about the prosecution’s approach.

Cohen’s recounting of a $130,000 payout to adult film star Stormy Daniels has painted a picture of Trump following his lawyer’s directives.

However, legal experts argue this could undermine the case against Trump, the Daily Caller reported.

Michael Cohen, once a close confidant and attorney for Trump, testified before the prosecution to detail the controversial payment made to Stormy Daniels.

This payment, timed before the 2016 presidential election, has been at the heart of much legal and public scrutiny.

Cohen’s history with the courts, however, is fraught with issues.

He pled guilty to charges of lying to Congress in 2018 and has since been accused of perjury as recently as March 2023.

Such a backdrop has led to divided opinions regarding the integrity and impact of his testimony against Trump.

Legal scholar Professor Jonathan Turley has been particularly vocal about ethical concerns surrounding Cohen’s conduct.

Turley, a professor at George Washington University Law School, criticized Cohen for secretly recording



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