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Alvin Bragg’s Prosecutors Lie About 2016 Election in Opening Statement to Jurors

Opening declarations were underway in President Trump’s ‘hush payment’ trial in New York City on Monday morning.

By John Livingston
April 23, 2024

Trump has rejected the affair.

The lead prosecutor in the Bragg case, Matthew Colangelo, provided the opening statement on Monday. Colangelo, a dedicated left-wing activist, previously served in the Justice Department under President Biden’s appointment. In his statement, he declared that the accused, Donald Trump, masterminded a criminal plot to influence the 2016 presidential election and consequently lied about it in his business records in New York, as reported by the AP.

Alvin Bragg arraigned Trump last April on 34 felony counts related to ‘hush payments’ he made to Stormy Daniels.

Trump was implicated of paying pornography star Stormy Daniels, AKA, Stephanie Clifford, ‘hush payments’ through his then-attorney Michael Cohen in a scheme to silence her and stop the story about their declared affair from being published in the National Enquirer.


The payments made to Stormy Daniels did NOT originate from Trump’s 2016 presidential project.

The transactions were assisted in through the business’s internal monetary systems, with no tax deduction or requirement to report them to the Federal Election Commission, as specified by Trump’s legal representative, Joe Tacopina.

In the files describing the charges versus Trump, Alvin Bragg did not define the exact offenses he sought to prosecute. Previously, the FEC had enforced fines on Clinton’s project, identifying that they had breached regulations by not revealing payments directed to Fusion GPS through Perkins Coie, a law firm representing the DNC.

Hillary Clinton got a light slap on the wrist for her criminal offenses while Trump is on trial in New York City.

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, is seated in a court of law and is the target of severe criticism and defamatory remarks from the prosecutors and the administering judge, who strongly dislike Trump and his political views.