Clinton-Appointed Judge Orders Documents Released in Trump ‘Hush Money’ Probe as Prosecutors End Investigation
Judge William Pauley III, a Clinton appointee, ordered documents released in the Trump ‘hush money’ probe as federal prosecutors conclude the investigation.
The Commies in the Southern District of New York were investigating the Trump Organization over a potential campaign finance violation because Donald Trump paid 2 women ‘hush payments’ in 2016.
Federal prosecutors opened this investigation following an FBI raid on Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen’s home and office.
And now a Clinton-appointed federal judge is ordering all documents to be unredacted and released to the public, reported ABC News.
“The campaign finance violations discussed in the Materials are a matter of national importance,” a federal judge wrote in his order, denying the government’s request for limited redactions.
“Now that the Government’s investigation into those violations has concluded, it is time that every American has an opportunity to scrutinize the Materials.”
President Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow on Wednesday reacted to the news of the probes conclusion.
“We are pleased that the investigation surrounding these ridiculous campaign finance allegations is now closed,” Sekulow said in the statement. “We have maintained from the outset that the President never engaged in any campaign finance violation. From the Court’s opinion: “the Government’s investigation into those violations has concluded … Another case is closed.”
Last August Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to non-existent campaign finance violations stemming from the hush payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal.
Judge Pauley ordered prosecutors to release the documents by 11 AM Thursday.