The prosecution’s star witness against Trump, Michael Cohen, is a chronic and habitual liar

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In one of the greatest legal thrillers in film history, “Witness for the Prosecution” (1957), the intrepid defense attorney confronts in court the prosecution’s star witness with her many lies.  

Played by the legendary actor Charles Laughton, the renown barrister utters two famous sentences that have been recited by real defense attorneys ever since: “The question is…were you lying then or are you lying now? Are you not a chronic and habitual liar!” 

It is indisputable that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s star witness, Michael Cohen, is an incurable and prodigious liar. It may take a full day in the courtroom just to read aloud his endless falsehoods and fabrications.  

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So, don’t be surprised if the insufferable Cohen is bedeviled with Laughton’s exact same words when he is cross-examined this week by lawyers for former President Donald Trump.

Weaponization of the law or “lawfare,” by any means, is now justified. It’s the popular currency among Biden Democrats. Abiding by the rule of law is a mere inconvenience, a pesky nuisance. It can be discarded like yesterday’s trash. 

Cohen is a disgraced, disbarred, and convicted perjurer who resided in a federal prison for the

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