April 22, 2024

Is this the smoking gun? Letter from Michael Cohen claiming Donald Trump did NOT reimburse him for hush money paid to Stormy Daniels appears to fly in the face of the star witness’s grand jury testimony

Bombshell letter from Michael Cohen claims Trump didn’t reimburse him

Bombshell document, exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, could cripple prosecutors pursuit of criminal charges against Donald Trump over payments to Stormy Daniels.

  • Bombshell document, exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, could cripple prosecutors’ pursuit of criminal charges against Trump 
  • Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, is the star witness in the case over which Trump reportedly faces imminent arrest for campaign finance violations
  • But in a February 2018 letter Cohen’s attorney wrote that ‘Mr. Cohen used his own personal funds’ and that ‘neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign reimbursed Mr. Cohen’

Michael Cohen claimed he was not reimbursed by Donald Trump or his organization for hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels in a 2018 letter to federal authorities, contradicting his recent grand jury testimony,

The bombshell document, exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, could throw a wrench in the works of prosecutors pursuing criminal charges against Trump over the payments.

Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer and the star witness in the case over which Trump reportedly faces imminent arrest, claims that Trump got him to pay $130,000 to Daniels to keep her quiet about her alleged affair with the real estate mogul, just days before the 2016 presidential election.

The letter appears to be in direct conflict with Cohen’s sworn testimony to Congress given a year later. Cohen said under oath that Trump ‘asked me to pay off an adult film star with whom he had an affair,’ and that ‘Mr. Trump directed me to use my own personal funds from a Home Equity Line of Credit to avoid any money being traced back to him that could negatively impact his campaign’

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BREAKING: NYC DA Alvin Bragg ‘having trouble’ convincing grand jury in Trump case, will reconvene Thursday

A source familiar with the matter suggested Bragg and his team “are having trouble convincing the jury to swallow the case.”

BREAKING: NYC DA Alvin Bragg ‘having trouble’ convincing grand jury in Trump case, will reconvene Thursday

A source familiar with the matter suggested Bragg and his team “are having trouble convincing the jury to swallow the case.”

The grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump for his alleged involvement in a $130,000 payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election was told not to show up on Wednesday. However; it has been reported that they are set to reconvene on Thursday.

The news comes amid reports that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is “having trouble” convincing members of the grand jury to hear the case.

According to the Daily Mail, “After hearing evidence on Monday, jurors were told they were not needed on Wednesday, according to two sources familiar with the matter. However, a court official told DailyMail.com that they will sit again at noon on Thursday, when prosecutors ‘may present one more witness’.”

A source familiar with the matter suggested Bragg and his team “are having trouble convincing the jury to swallow the case,” calling it “a weak case [that] has caused divisions in the DA’s office.”

Others have argued that the decision to delay the meeting with the jury was made to give Bragg time to reconsider his strategy.

Since they last met, new evidence has been uncovered including a bombshell letter from former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s office to officials at the Federal Election Commission stating that then-president Trump was not involved in the payment of alleged “hush money” to Stormy Daniels.

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Biden Regime Trying to Arrange Taxpayer Funded Bailout of COVID Vaccine-Maker Moderna – Former Federal Judge Blasts Move as “Misuse of the Law”

Biden Regime Trying to Arrange Taxpayer Funded Bailout of COVID Vaccine-Maker Moderna – Former Federal Judge Blasts Move as “Misuse of the Law” | The Gateway Pundit | by Cullen Linebarger

The Biden Regime has decided that Americans suffering from vaccine-related injuries connected to the Moderna COVID vaccine is not cruel enough.

The Biden Regime has decided that Americans suffering from vaccine-related injuries connected to the Moderna COVID vaccine is not cruel enough. Now they want taxpayers to foot the bill for a major bailout of the pharmaceutical giant.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Moderna failed to convince a federal judge that it should not have to face a patent lawsuit over its COVID-19 vaccine and that the US government should have been sued instead.

TGP also reported that in 2022, Arbutus Biopharma Corp and Genevant Sciences filed a lawsuit against Moderna in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, accusing the vaccine manufacturer of patent infringement on its COVID-19 vaccine.

The two biotech companies sued Moderna over infringement claims on six patents concerning the manufacture and sale of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine. They want the federal court to award them monetary damages due to the infringement.

Now the Department of “Justice” has intervened in an attempt to rescue Moderna and put taxpayers on the hook. A United States attorney filed a “statement of interest” to argue the federal government must take on any liability that Moderna might be guilty of related to the COVID shot.

A highly-respected former federal judge calls this “a misuse of the law.”

Fox News exclusively reported:

The Biden administration quietly inserted itself into a private patent infringement lawsuit two biotech companies filed against COVID-19 vaccine maker Moderna, in a move experts said could establish a dangerous precedent.

In a surprise filing last month, U.S. Attorney David Weiss issued a “statement of interest” in the case on behalf of the Department of Defense and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), invoking a rarely-used early 1900s law to argue that the federal government should take on any liability for patent infringement Moderna may be guilty of related to the development of its COVID-19 vaccine.

“Where, as here, the Government directly contracts to procure the allegedly infringing goods or services in a contract that grants authorization and consent, the ‘benefit to the Government’ is inherent,” the filing stated. “Indeed, the contractor’s compliance with the contract’s obligations alone demonstrate the benefit: that the Government obtains goods and services for which it pays.”

The filing concluded that companies whose patents Moderna may have infringed during COVID-19 vaccine development should be limited to pursuing a claim against the federal government in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Moderna – which received about $10 billion in taxpayer money to produce its COVID-19 vaccine and has since earned billions more in profits selling it – was sued in early 2022 by Genevant Sciences and Arbutus Biopharma Corp., which accused Moderna of using technology they have patented in its vaccine. The two companies have asked a federal court in Delaware to award them damages for the infringement.

“What interested me was the fact of the government’s very strange procedural, I call it a gimmick,” Susan Braden, a former chief judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, told Fox News Digital in an interview.

“I’m a former federal judge,” Braden said. “People don’t generally just pop up in the middle of a lawsuit unless they want to move to intervene, or they have something at stake in the case that would make them be a party.”

She noted that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has attempted to argue that a government use patent statute – 28 U.S.C. § 1498 – provides the legal basis for taking on patent infringement liability. The statute has generally been invoked by the government in cases related to its purchase of military equipment and, in one case, was used to stockpile an antidote for anthrax, a chemical weapon, in 2001.

In recent years, though, Democratic lawmakers have urged the HHS to invoke the statute to break pharmaceutical patents and force drug prices lower. In 2021, Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., urged the Biden administration to use the law to reduce pharmaceutical prices.

“The concept was that they wanted the HHS director to use 1498(a) to go to a generic company and say, ‘Go ahead and infringe this patent – just pick a drug of some sort – and don’t worry because, when they sue you, we will come in and tell the federal judge that we are assuming responsibility, and it should be adjudicated in the Court of Federal Claims,’” Braden told Fox News Digital, referencing the effort led by Warren.

“That was the court I was chief of for many years,” she continued. “That’s not a good way of running a railroad. And I think it’s a misuse of the law.”

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Sen Rand Paul grills Moderna CEO over 400 million dollar payment to the NIH

Chuck Callesto on Twitter: “BOMBSHELL REPORT: Moderna CEO slips up, admits they paid NIH [National Institute of Health] $400 million in royalties just last year.. pic.twitter.com/MaS0FONSLX / Twitter”

BOMBSHELL REPORT: Moderna CEO slips up, admits they paid NIH [National Institute of Health] $400 million in royalties just last year.. pic.twitter.com/MaS0FONSLX


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