US President Donald Trump professed quiet payments to claimed former lovers before the 2016 presidential election was legal, highlighting to a “simple private transaction”.

The Federal prosecutors in New York pleaded for “ substantial” jail time for his former lawyer Michael Cohen who urged guilty to bank fraud and finance campaign violations as an outcome of the payout to two women who professed to have had the sexual confrontation with Trump.

But Trump refused the payments established a violation of US campaign the financing laws. He tweeted, “There was NO COLLISION.So now the Dems go to a simple private transaction, wrongly call it a campaign contribution, … which it was not. ”

 

Trump mentioned to as “individual -1” in the court documents was intertwined in directing Cohen to make illegal payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal to assure their silence about the claimed sexual affairs.

Prosecutors urged that the silent payments were planned to impact the outcome of the elections, making them undisclosed campaign contributions. But Trump dictated that even if the payments were unauthorized, it would be a civil matter.

He claimed, “It is only a CIVIL CASE, like Obama’s – but was done correctly by a lawyer and there would not even be a fine”.

“Lawyer’s liability if Cohen made a mistake, not me”. The 2008 campaign by Obama paid a $375,5000 fine in 2013 to settle regulations of a rule that contributions made 20 days before an election had to be described within 48 hours.

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