BOMBSHELL: CNN Admits THIS about Trump Trial (Video)

( – A stunning admission has emerged from no other than leftist propaganda network CNN – namely, that Alvin Bragg, the Democrat Manhattan DA, has not yet convincingly demonstrated that former President Donald Trump was directly implicated in the controversial payments that led to his “hush money” indictments.

See the video of CNN’s admission below!

Trump is accused of 34 felony charges, allegedly involving the falsification of business records tied to the reimbursement of his former lawyer Michael Cohen.

This reimbursement concerns a $130,000 payment made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 presidential election.

CNN panelists have noted the lack of compelling evidence pointing directly to Trump’s involvement, highlighting an absence of conclusive documentation and only fragmented information from witness testimonies.

CNN’s political director, David Chalian, expressed skepticism about the strength of the evidence presented against Trump.

“I’ve seen precious little evidence presented yet that Trump wasn’t floating above. I mean, I’ve seen very little evidence of Trump’s direct involvement in getting this accomplished. Correct me if I’m wrong,” Chalian said.

CNN’s senior legal analyst Elie Honig responded, affirming Chalian’s observation.

“No, you’re right. A lot of that’s going to come from Michael Cohen. But also there was a few tidbits in David Pecker’s testimony, right, that there were direct communications, but it’s a great point, David. There hasn’t not been much evidence yet directly of Donald Trump’s involvement and knowledge,” Honig said.

David Pecker, the former National Enquirer publisher, testified, casting doubt on Cohen’s reliability and describing him as “prone to exaggeration.”

CNN legal analyst Elliot Williams commented on the progression of the prosecution’s case, suggesting that more information might emerge as they continue presenting their arguments.

“Prosecutors certainly haven’t proven their entire case, you know, their burden now by any stretch of the imagination. And in all likelihood, if they’re doing their jobs, future witnesses will help tease a lot of this information out. But something that certainly has not been established thus far, eight or nine days in is, ‘well, what can we say about the involvement of the actual defendant?’” Williams stated.

CNN’s chief political analyst Gloria Borger succinctly summed up the need for more concrete evidence with the phrase, “Need the receipts.”

The panel also mentioned that Trump’s infrequent use of email might play to his advantage in the trial. Arthur Aidala, a criminal defense attorney, told CNN that the only direct link to Trump in the evidence presented was his signature on a check, whereas other crucial documents were not personally signed by him.

This could potentially lead a jury to harbor “reasonable doubt” regarding his involvement, especially in comparison to Cohen.

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