Trump prosecutors' case is 'dead' and cannot be revived, says former Michael Cohen adviser

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Former Michael Cohen adviser claims Trump prosecutors' case is 'dead' and beyond revival. Legal strategy questioned.

Robert Costello, a former legal adviser to Michael Cohen, discussed the New York v. Trump trial on "The Brian Kilmeade Show," asserting that the prosecution lacks substantive evidence and suggesting the case should have been dismissed.

 

Trump prosecutors' case is 'dead' and cannot be revived, says former Michael Cohen adviser

Costello emphasized that the case was weak from the start and believed his testimony could only benefit the defense. He noted that his potential testimony would depend on the Trump team's assessment of the jury's disposition.

 

On "America's Newsroom," Costello expressed his willingness to testify, criticizing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's team for allegedly ignoring exculpatory evidence he provided. Costello, having been released from attorney-client confidentiality by Cohen, argued that the grand jury did not receive all necessary information and suggested some jurors might be biased against Trump.

 

Costello recounted a pivotal April 2018 meeting where Cohen, facing significant legal trouble, admitted feeling suicidal and repeatedly claimed he had no incriminating information on Trump. Costello detailed Cohen's initiative to handle the Stormy Daniels nondisclosure agreement (NDA), explaining that Cohen acted independently to prevent potential embarrassment for Melania Trump, despite doubting the allegations against Trump.

 

This narrative, if presented in court, aims to challenge Cohen's credibility and bolster Trump's defense by portraying Cohen's actions as autonomous and not directed by Trump.


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