Grand Jury In New York Now Has Key Witness Who Can Help Indict Donald Trump

Everywhere he turns, things are falling apart for Donald Trump.

Here’s just a few things that have transpired recently:

  • House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced that he written a report regarding possible high crimes and misdemeanors committed by the president in the Ukraine scandal.
  • A federal court ruled that former White House Counsel Don McGahn must obey a subpoena and testify before the House Judiciary Committee.

Then, just last week, came news that a key witness in the investigation being conducted by New York Attorney General Letitia James has agreed to cooperate with a sitting grand jury:

“David Pecker, the head of the company that publishes the National Enquirer, has spoken with prosecutors with the New York district attorney’s office as part of its investigation into the Trump Organization’s handling of hush money payments to women who alleged affairs with President Donald Trump, sources with knowledge of the meeting tell CNN.

“The America Media Inc. chairman’s late October meeting with prosecutors from the major economic crimes bureau could provide key details on discussions that took place involving Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who allegedly had an affair with Trump, and agreements that were made with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, the sources said.”

Pecker — along with Cohen — can provide details regarding hush money payments made to Daniels in order to buy her silence. And since all of this was done in the heat of the 2016 election, that means there are potential campaign finance violations, not to mention that all of this once again calls into question Trump’s legitimacy as president, which is something he’s said to be incredibly insecure about.

But the bottom line is criminal exposure on Trump’s part. He could be facing numerous indictments in New York, where neither he or any future president has any pardon power.
Impeachment appears to be the least of Trump’s problems. Now he’s worried that the minute he leaves office, one or more more jurisdictions could be waiting to slap handcuffs on him. What a beautiful sight that would be!

One thought on “Grand Jury In New York Now Has Key Witness Who Can Help Indict Donald Trump

  1. I’ve been following the various investigations and court cases involving Trump, his family members, and his company; it’s not an easy task. It’s incredible how much is going on and how much information there is to read and absorb. I live in Australia but have family who live in the US. One of my closest friends in the US is pro-Trump. She is a business exec and I think she is quite intelligent, but it stuns me that she doesn’t bother reading or listening to any negative news about Trump and she defies any suggestion that she should reconsider her support for him. It’s a sad testament of US politics and society that so many people seem fine with having an apparent career criminal as their President.

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