Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg HID nearly 600 pages of exculpatory evidence to the New York Grand Jury investigating President Trump, according to FOX News legal expert Gregg Jarrett.
Bragg’s main witness is none other than Cohen, who claims the money was intended to help Trump’s campaign defend itself against a damaging story.
Attorney Robert Costello, Cohen’s former legal adviser, spoke with Tucker Carlson on Monday night after testifying before the Manhattan Grand Jury investigating President Donald Trump.
“I spoke to the jury for two hours,” Costello told Tucker. The Manhattan Grand Jury made it clear to me that they did not want to know the truth.”
In an unexpected turn of events, Cohen’s former attorney, Robert Costello, testified before the grand jury on Monday, no longer bound by the attorney-client privilege that his ex-client waived. According to Costello, Cohen repeatedly stated in April 2018 that the Daniels payment was made to protect the candidate’s wife, not the campaign. Furthermore, Cohen insisted that he acted entirely independently of Trump. During his two-hour testimony, Costello stated that he realized Bragg had been withholding from the grand jury nearly all of the files he had previously turned over to the DA that corroborated Cohen’s original story.