BREAKING: Michael Cohen Admits To Stealing From The Trump Organization - 'This Just Got Interesting'

During his last day of testimony on Monday, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's (D) star witness in the case against Donald Trump, Michael Cohen, admitted that he stole from the Trump Organization when he was reimbursed for paying a tech company, RedFinch, to obtain favorable online polls for Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Cohen confirmed to the court that he stole $30,000 from the Trump Organization after paying RedFinch only $20,000 when they were owed $50,000. During Cohen's questioning, Trump's attorney, Todd Blanche, repeatedly pressed the former fixer on his lies and corrupt behavior that saw him profit tens of thousands of dollars.

"You had, like, a duffle bag of cash?" Blanche asked the witness, leading Cohen to respond that it was in a brown paper bag. When Cohen was asked directly about stealing from the Trump Organization, the prosecution's star witness admitted he did, stating, "Yes, sir" when asked about the theft.

The testimony is yet another major blow to Cohen's credibility and reveals that he has been profiting off of his relationship with Trump for many years, per The New York Times. While the jury's judgment of Cohen is unknown, the testimony will likely negatively impact how the 12 New Yorkers view him.

"This just got interesting," wrote Eric Trump on X. "Michael Cohen is now admitting to stealing money from our company."

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