Legal Analyst on CNN Says Prosecution ‘Fell Way Short’ of Proving Case Against Trump

‘Where is Keith Schiller? Where is Allen Weisselberg?’
By Grabien Staff

(Via Mediaite)

Defense attorney Randy Zelin argued that the prosecution in former President Donald Trump’s hush money case “fell way short” of meeting its evidentiary burden ahead of closing arguments on CNN Tuesday morning.

“The burden of proof is an important one to remind everyone: It’s on the prosecution, right? They need to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he commit — that Donald Trump broke the law. And you think after listening to all of this, you think they fell short. How?” the network’s Kate Bolduan asked Zelin.

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