During an interview, an attorney for former President Donald Trump told Tucker Carlson that Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg charged her client with a felony that doesn’t exist.
Trump’s attorney Alina Habba explained the situation to Carlson during the interview.
Habba said to start with the indictment’s most readily available piece of information.
The year and month. February 2017. On February 2017, where was President Trump? In the Oval Office. They claim that he had checks made out to his old attorney when he was president. So how does it constitute meddling with campaign finances?
Reports show that at his court appearance, Trump pleaded not guilty to felony charges of falsifying company documents for which he was being charged. Bragg arraigned Trump in a case involving an alleged $130,000 payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels in 2016 in exchange for Daniels entering a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) during Trump’s successful presidential campaign.
According to Bragg, Trump allegedly bribed three individuals to bury bad headlines.
It seems to reason that monetary consideration, or money, is necessary for a successful NDA, remarked Habba. Lawyers perform this task all the time.
According to Habba, in Mike Pomeranz’s book, he admitted that charges couldn’t be brought against Trump. Neither could the FEC. Then-Assistant DA Mark Pomeranz claimed it was likely an attempt to extort Donald Trump.
Habba said convicted criminal and known liar Michael Cohen was worried about his wife’s safety.
CBS Chicago revealed in 2018 that Michael Cohen had hidden millions in revenue from the city of Chicago in order to avoid paying taxes on it. The prosecution claims Cohen also avoided paying taxes on almost $1 million he earned from the New York City taxi industry.
Tucker Carlson replied that it was hush money, according to reports on NBC and MSNBC today. He noted that many women have settled with NBC News for sexual harassment and assault.
Carlson was a former employee of NBC’s media network.