The ex-president seemed to catch himself at not-quite the right moment.
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David Pecker also testified in January. It’s unclear what Pecker said during his testimony Monday.
The former president made a claim about the status of the Manhattan DA's probe into the Stormy Daniels hush money payment.
"The law should always take into account someone's popularity," the former "Daily Show" host joked.
The letter reportedly came addressed to "Alvin," the name of the prosecutor Trump has labeled an "animal" in a series of ongoing attacks.
In a typo-laden post on his social media site, Trump claimed "it is known by all that NO Crime has been committed."
The former president received some celebrity help in the spoof Fallon bit, but it did not end well.
The DA's office said House Republicans' demand would “interfere with law enforcement” and represents an “unlawful incursion into New York’s sovereignty.”
The MSNBC anchor summed up the former president's fundraising off his looming arrest with a single word.
The commentator zinged the former president during an analysis of his expected indictment.