In Trump’s trial, Michael Cohen continues to press his former employer, Liberation

The “Storm Daniels” Affair

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Under fire from heated cross-examination by Donald Trump’s lawyers, a key but controversial witness for New York prosecutors didn’t budge and tried a little harder to bring down his former boss.

A serious disruption occurred halfway through the seventeenth day of Donald Trump’s first criminal trial in New York. Michael Cohen, the former president and confidant of the new candidate and the former president, was at the bar of the Manhattan court on Tuesday, May 15, where he appeared the day before as a key witness and the protagonist of the case. “Storm Daniels.” But a day and a half later, a more damning confession to her ex surfaced on Velvet“boss” And playing a score of post-Trumpian repentance, the same Cohen suddenly moved from the lawyers’ measured and methodical questions to the muscular observation of the defense’s cross-examination designed to undermine his credibility.

He immediately got caught up in the heat of this opening exchange with Trump’s top lawyer Todd Blanch: “Hello Mr. Cohen, we have never met before but do you know who I am?

– Yes.

– On April 23rd, you went on TikTok and called me a “crying little shit”, right?

“That sounds like something I could say.”

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The immediate objection of the lawyers was upheld by the judge, who immediately called for the latter’s order, not fully understanding why the lawyer wanted it.

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