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Trump is 'concerned' about Melania – details from a former president

Trump is 'concerned' about Melania – details from a former president

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Despite attempts to postpone, the issue of Trump's secret funds will go to court on Monday. It is a process that could become private for Trump, as well as for his wife, Melania.

Washington, D.C. – Begins Monday (April 15). The trial of former US President Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels money case begins. This trial is just one of four criminal trials involving a total of 91 charges ongoing against Trump. Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham has now commented CNN He spoke about the “very personal charges” in Trump's impeachment — and Trump's alleged interest in his wife and former First Lady Melania Trump Newsweek.

Monday's trial revolves around the alleged relationship between Trump and the sexy actress Stormy Daniels. In 2016, Trump allegedly paid a bribe to Daniels, who, by her own account, had an affair with the married Trump in 2006. Grisham told CNN she was there when the alleged affair became public. Melania Trump's reaction Experienced.

Former press secretary on Melania and the allegations against Trump: 'It's humiliating for her'

Grisham said that when Daniels first made the allegations publicly, Trump's wife “did not take the allegations lightly.” Therefore, she refused to accompany her husband, Trump, to the State of the Union address. Grisham speculated that Melania could pressure Trump to take a stand and defend himself. “It's humiliating for them, I can guarantee you that,” Grisham told me. CNN.

Former US President Donald Trump with his wife Melania Trump (archive photo) © GIORGIO VIERA / AFP

Grisham has been increasingly critical of the former president. After the storming of the Capitol building in 2021, she resigned as Melania Trump's chief of staff. Trump's former White House press secretary said he was “concerned” about Melania Trump ahead of the trial, she explained in an interview with CNN.

Trump tried to postpone the trial three times in one week

It appears that the accused former president is also concerned about the upcoming trial itself. For the third time in a week, Trump failed in his attempts to postpone the trial before the New York Court of Appeals on Thursday. Therefore, it is possible to expect a ruling in this case even before the US elections. In November, Trump will likely enter the Republican presidential race again.

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Allegations in Trump impeachment: Cover-up of hush money payment to sexy actress

In the case surrounding the hush money issue, Trump was accused of trying to cover up a $130,000 payment to the sexy actress using forged business documents. This is the first time in US history that a former US president has been criminally charged in court. Trump must answer for 34 criminal offenses in this trial.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg accuses Trump of tampering with his companies' financial records and orchestrating a conspiracy to influence the 2016 presidential election. It may be the only trial in which a verdict can be reached before the presidential election in November.

The process is expected to last six weeks. She added that if Trump is convicted, he could face up to four years in prison for each of the 34 charges Time magazine. The maximum possible prison sentence is 136 years.

Unsure whether Trump will face prison time after the ruling

According to legal experts, there is no guarantee that a conviction in Trump's trial will actually lead to a prison sentence Time magazine. This assessment comes because Trump does not have a criminal record and is in an unprecedented position due to his potential candidacy for the presidency. Regardless of the ruling, Trump will not be prevented from running for the next US presidency in any case.

After Trump's numerous attempts to postpone the trial on Monday, it remains unclear how many additional attempts the former president will make to postpone the trial. So far no chance of success. Stormy Daniels should also be able to testify at trial. Until now, Trump's lawyers have always tried to prevent Daniels from speaking in court. (Buff)