Star witness Cohen caught in massive lies that could completely reverse Trump’s trial

Biden’s Justice system is doing everything it can to prosecute Trump and stop him from taking back the White House. And they have proven they will do whatever it takes.

And now, star witness Cohen has been caught in massive lies that could completely reverse Trump’s trial.

Former President Donald Trump’s hush-money trial has taken a dramatic turn as ex-Trump staffers assert that Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, lied under oath.

Bryan Lanza and Alyssa Farah Griffin, both of whom worked closely with Trump, expressed their belief that Cohen’s testimony in the Manhattan trial was riddled with falsehoods.

Cohen has spent the last few days testifying against Trump, claiming he never aspired to work in the Trump White House.

However, Lanza and Griffin challenge this assertion, citing their experiences and widespread knowledge within the Republican circles.

Bryan Lanza, who served as the deputy communications director for the Trump-Pence campaign, told CNN’s Jake Tapper that Cohen was quite eager to secure a White House position.

Lanza recounted Cohen’s ambitions, saying, “Michael Cohen was pretty adamant that he wanted to be White House counsel. He said everything he was doing was to be White House counsel, he’s always injected himself with the space that I was in, which was the TV space, because Trump cared a lot about it. Just so, I always viewed that he’s always positioning, and he was pretty clear that he wanted to be White House counsel.”

Lanza joked about his own reluctance to be called to testify, indicating the seriousness of the accusations against Cohen.

Alyssa Farah Griffin, who later appeared on CNN, corroborated Lanza’s claims, noting that Cohen’s ambitions were well-known among those in Republican circles at the time.

“I was working for a number of Republican lawmakers at that time, several of whom would go into the administration, including Mick Mulvaney as OMB director, and it was widely known and believed,” Griffin said.

“Now, Michael Cohen never told me firsthand, ‘I’m going into the White House, I want to.’ But it was widely discussed that he was angling for Attorney General or to be White House counsel. That’s, I mean, there’s dozens and dozens of people around Washington who could corroborate that.”

Griffin was particularly stunned by Cohen’s denial, saying, “My jaw hit the floor when I heard him denying that.”

Despite her desire to see Trump convicted, she admitted that she couldn’t base a conviction solely on Cohen’s testimony, given his dubious credibility.

The credibility of Cohen’s testimony has been a point of contention.

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig weighed in, suggesting that while Cohen’s statements might be questionable, they likely don’t rise to the level of perjury.

Honig described Cohen’s testimony as too “wishy-washy” to meet the stringent legal standards required for perjury charges.

The implications of Cohen’s credibility are significant, particularly in a high-profile case involving a former president.

If Cohen’s testimony is discredited, it could weaken the prosecution’s case against Trump, making it more challenging to secure a conviction.

Trump’s defense team is undoubtedly seizing upon these contradictions to bolster their argument that the case is politically motivated and lacks substantive evidence.

This development underscores a broader issue within the legal and political battles surrounding Trump.

Allegations of dishonesty and political maneuvering have plagued many of the cases against him, leading to a pervasive sense of skepticism among his supporters.

Many Americans argue that these trials are less about justice and more about undermining Trump’s political influence.

We cannot allow the Radical Left to weaponize the justice system, because if they can use it to go after Trump, what’s to stop them from going after you and me?

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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