Trump Lawyers Push for Mistrial over Stormy Daniels Testimony in ‘Hush Money’ Case – EVOL

President Donald Trump’s lawyers have pushed for a mistrial over the testimony of adult star Stormy Daniels during the so-called “hush money” trial in New York.

The defense motioned for a mistrial during Tuesday’s court proceedings.

After the court’s lunch break, Trump’s attorney Todd Blanche told Judge Juan Merchan that Daniels’ testimony Tuesday morning was prejudicial.

Merchan, a Democrat, said a mistrial was not warranted, however.

The judge claimed he was doing everything he could to control the witness.

Merchan stated that he once objected to Daniel’s testimony himself.

“I agree that it would have been better if some of these things had been left unsaid,” Merchan said.

Blanche said the prosecution is trying to inflame the jury with Daniels’ testimony.

The defense argues that Daniels’ testimony is filled with inflammatory statements that are not relevant to the case.

Blanche said it is prejudicial testimony and evidence.

The lawyer noted that Daniels has been trying to sell her story about an alleged consensual sexual encounter since 2016.

Blanche said Daniels’ testimony on Tuesday was about “consent and danger.”

He added that her statements in court are “not the story that she was selling in 2016.”

Blanche also said that



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