NEW: Alvin Bragg's Latest Witness Breaks Down In Tears On The Stand – EVOL

On a robust day 11 of his ongoing battle in New York, former President Trump continued to face his ongoing allegations. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has charged him with 34 felony counts related to falsifying business records. The charges center around a $130,000 payment made to former adult film star Stormy Daniels, managed by Trump’s former adviser, Michael Cohen.

Cohen described the payments as legal expenses, but prosecutors argue these were actually reimbursements for the payment to Daniels. They claim this arrangement facilitated other violations, including breaches of federal campaign finance limits, state election laws, and tax regulations. Throughout the trial, Trump has consistently pleaded not guilty, challenging the accusations as part of a broader politically charged narrative.

During a moment in the courtroom on Friday, Hope Hicks, former press secretary for former President Trump’s 2016 campaign and later White House communications director, became visibly emotional. The scene unfolded as Trump’s defense attorney questioned her during cross-examination about her tenure with the Trump Organization. As Hicks recounted her experiences, she appeared to get choked up and struggled to hold back tears, prompting the court to take a brief recess.

Hicks is a public relations consultant and former political advisor



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