Alvin Bragg: Trump used ‘catch and kill’ scheme for political career | USA TODAY

District Attorney Alvin Bragg said Donald Trump repeatedly engaged in alleged conduct to "cover up other crimes" to bolster his political career.
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In a scathing account of Donald Trump’s alleged criminal conduct, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said Tuesday that the former president repeatedly engaged his former attorney Michael Cohen and a tabloid publisher to bury damaging information to protect his 2016 presidential campaign.

Bragg, appearing after the arraignment of the former president on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records, asserted that Trump directed a scheme resulting in the payment of hundreds of thousands of dollars to silence two alleged mistresses and a former Trump Tower doorman from going public with accounts that threatened his campaign.

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