Trump hush money probe ends day without voting

After David Pecker, a former publisher of the National Enquirer, appeared, the Trump hush money investigation came to a close for the day.

A person familiar with the case tells CNN that the Manhattan grand jury is examining former President Donald Trump's.

Alleged involvement in a conspiracy to pay hush money to an adult film star adjourned Monday without voting on whether to indict Trump.

David Pecker, the former CEO of the firm that produces the National Enquirer, spoke to the committee on Monday.

The grand jury began at 2 p.m. ET, and CNN producers observed Pecker, the former chairman of American

which publishes the Enquirer, entering the premises at that time and departing it at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Pecker was a key figure in the covert money operation. Once he and AMI were the subject of an investigation into campaign finance,

He assumed a new position as executive adviser in August 2020. AMI and the prosecution struck a non-prosecution agreement.

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