Bombshell Testimony at Trump Trial

( – In the latest bombshell testimony from the so-called “hush money” trial of former President Donald Trump, a key witness has made shocking revelations concerning the mental state of Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen.

The witness, Keith Davidson, who is known as the former lawyer of model Karen McDougal and adult film actress Stormy Daniels, shared that during a telephone conversation in December 2016, he perceived Cohen to be so disappointed by not getting appointed in the Trump administration that he could end his own life.

Davidson recounted the circumstances under which this revelation came to light. He detailed that while he was engaged in holiday shopping in a department store, noted for its unusual decorations, he received a distressing call from Cohen, The Daily Caller reports.

During this call, Cohen expressed his profound disappointment and frustration at being excluded from a Cabinet position in the newly elected Trump administration.

This exclusion led Davidson to become seriously concerned about Cohen’s mental well-being and “physical safety.”

“I thought he was going to kill himself,” Davidson disclosed during his testimony.

Further elaborating on the nature of the call, Davidson described it as lengthy and troubling.

Davidson relayed Cohen’s words, emphasizing the severity of his emotional state during their conversation.

“It was a long call, and he had told me he was depressed and despondent and said that I — and he used very colorful language about that stage in his life,” Stormy Daniels’ former lawyer recounted.

Cohen’s frustration was particularly evident when he lamented his exclusion from a political role in Washington, despite his loyalty and service to Trump. Davidson vividly remembered Cohen’s exasperated outburst.

“Jesus Christ, can you f****** believe I’m not going to Washington, after everything I have done for that f****** guy, I can’t believe I’m not going to Washington, I’ve saved that guy’s a** so many times, you don’t even know,” Cohen allegedly said, according to Davidson.

Additionally, testimony from David Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, suggested that Cohen was often not completely reliable and had a tendency towards exaggeration.

His testimony indicated a somewhat skeptical view of Cohen’s assertions and character.

The context of these testimonies is crucial, as they form part of the ongoing legal proceedings against Trump, initiated by Democrat Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

The charges against Trump involve the alleged concealment of a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels, purportedly aimed at suppressing information about an affair.

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