Third Female Ex-Trump Aide Testifies at ‘Hush Money’ Trial: ‘He Was a Really Good Boss’ – EVOL

Another of President Donald Trump’s female former aides has testified in court during his so-called “hush money” trial in New York.

Like those who testified before her, Madeleine Westerhout gave a glowing testimony in court about what it was like to work for Trump.

Westerhout was responding to questioning from the prosecution about whether he was detail-oriented, among other points.

She said Trump was a “really good boss,” was “hardworking,” and was very concerned about what his wife Melania thought about pretty much everything.

Prosecutors were trying to show that Trump would have known about the “hush money” payments made by Michael Cohen.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, a Democrat, claims Cohen made payments on Trump’s behalf in an attempt to keep accusations about two affairs or trysts quiet.

However, Bragg has failed to provide any evidence linking Trump to any alleged affairs or payments.

Bragg alleges that the payments were for the purpose of influencing the 2016 election, which would be illegal.

Trump denies any knowledge of the payments.

However, his lawyers have noted that even if he did make such payments, it would have been to protect his family rather than influence votes.

As the defense argues, this



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