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Jury’s latest request is ‘something good’ for prosecutors: ex-GOP lawmaker Trey Gowdy

Fox News host Trey Gowdy reluctantly acknowledged that a message from the jury in Donald Trump’s hush money trial was good news for the prosecution.

Anchor Shannon Bream turned to Gowdy on Wednesday as news broke that the jury requested the testimony of former attorney Michael Cohen and former National Enquirer publisher David Pecker.

“You don’t know why they want to re-hear that testimony,” Gowdy said. “I would imagine if I were the prosecutor, I would think if I had to pick something for them to hear, that might be something good.”

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Gowdy was quick to add: “But I would be lying to you if I said any lawyer, maybe the one sitting to the right of me, but if I were a prosecutor or defense attorney, I have no idea what is on a jury’s mind based on a note, whether it’s 11 or 1.”

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  • “But I would be lying to you if I said any lawyer, maybe the one sitting to the right of me, but if I were a prosecutor or defense attorney, I have no idea what is on a jury’s mind based on a note, whether it’s 11 or 1.
  • “I would imagine if I were the prosecutor, I would think if I had to pick something for them to hear, that might be something good.
  • Fox News host Trey Gowdy reluctantly acknowledged that a message from the jury in Donald Trump’s hush money trial was good news for the prosecution.
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