Prosecutors struggling to tie Trump to records falsification scheme

Alvin Bragg is hoping to convince a jury that former President Donald Trump committed felonies by allegedly falsifying business records, but to do that, the Manhattan district attorney must prove Trump acted with intent.

Over the last three weeks, prosecutors have called upon witnesses to deliver, at times, salacious testimony about Trump, and they have entered dozens of records into evidence. However, they have struggled to tie Trump directly to what Bragg, an elected Democrat, claims was a felonious payment scheme.

Tuesday marked the most dramatic day of witness testimony in the trial thus far after porn star Stormy Daniels took the witness stand and rehashed graphic details about an alleged sexual encounter she had with Trump in 2006.

The testimony was captivating for jurors and the public and provided color to her story, which Trump’s ex-attorney Michael
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