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Final Trump Grand Jury Testimony DISMANTLES Key Witness


This entire grand jury case against President Trump is the most thinly-veiled attempt yet to upend his political career…

Despite being an extremely high-profile story, this particular case seems to have backfired on Democrats and Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg. …

Support for the 45th President of the United States came in droves, as people become more and more sympathetic to his plight—most Americans aren’t quite fond of witch hunts.

President Trump was originally rumored to be facing a potential arrest on Tuesday, March 21st—though new reports indicate that his potential arrest was postponed due to the testimony of one last grand jury witness.

Robert Costello, who acted as a former legal consultant to Michael Cohen, testified before the grand jury on Monday, March 20th.

According to Costello, Cohen is a completely unreliable source of information, the disgraced former attorney has a history of perjury and cannot be used as the basis for an ongoing case. …

Here’s what Costello had to say:


Fox News provided this statement from Costello:

“There can be no doubt in anyone’s mind that Michael Cohen has great difficulty telling the truth,” Costello said. “He is, after all a convicted perjurer, and our track record with Mr. Cohen convinced us that he was a serial liar.”

“As might be expected, Mr. Cohen’s lies were always uttered in a way that was beneficial to himself,” Costello explained. “When it was in Mr. Cohen’s personal self-interest, he was capable of telling the truth, but those occasions were few and far between.”




Trending Politics continued with his comments:

“If you see the full picture, you know, listen, if they want to go after Donald Trump and they have solid evidence, so be it. But Michael Cohn is far from solid evidence.

“This guy, by any prosecutor’s standard, and I used to be deputy chief of the criminal division in the Southern District of New York, I wouldn’t have touched the guy like Michael Cohen, especially if he’s a convicted perjurer,” he continued.

“Not to mention, as I said, the 50 to 100 lies he [Cohen] told us that are in those 330 emails.”


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