Trump’s defense dismantles prosecution’s imaginary crimes. But did jury listen?

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An expired crime that’s no crime at all.  A mysterious secondary crime that was shrouded incognito. A lying witness and convicted perjurer who is also a thief.  That is the sum and substance of the inane criminal case brought against former President Donald Trump in a Manhattan courtroom.  

It came into full focus during closing arguments on Tuesday as lead defense attorney Todd Blanche pierced the veil of this charade of a trial by dismantling nearly every aspect of District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s farcical prosecution.  

“President Trump is innocent,” declared Blanche. “He did not commit any crimes. The district attorney did not meet the burden of proof. Period.”  

If there is a victim in this sordid saga, it is Trump.  A greedy ex-porn

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