JUST IN: Michael Cohen Makes Shocking Admission In Trump Trial: 'That's Correct' – EVOL

Michael Cohen on Monday took what is likely to be his final testimony in the hush money case of former President Donald Trump, making a shocking admission during cross-examination that shows the extent to which he schemed to damage Trump and his real estate empire before quitting.

Defense attorney Todd Blanche delivered a devastating rundown of financial transactions that occurred between Cohen and former Trump Organization CFO Alan Weisselberg in 2017. Cohen, who expressed bitterness over not being reimbursed for a $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, admitted to “stealing” money from President Trump by submitting false reimbursement documents to his colleague. Handwritten notes shown to the jury appeared to calculate what Cohen thought he was owed after the payment, as well as for another payment of $50,000 to a tech company called Red Finch. However, Cohen never paid the full amount.

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“So the $50,000 that you got back from Red Finch… you only paid the Red Finch owner $20,000, right?” Blanche asked. “Yes sir,” Cohen said, according to CNN.

“I just didn’t want to take out $20,000” at once, Cohen said. “I don’t recall if it



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