Donald Trump is in the headlines again with the latest news that he has denied having an affair with adult film star, Stormy Daniels, ahead of what seems to be the increasingly likely prospect of criminal charges against him.

This news comes after former White House counsel, Don McGahn, testified before a grand jury, providing prosecutors with key evidence to support these charges. This is a significant development in the investigation into Trump’s alleged wrongdoing, which have been ongoing since he took office.

The recent developments in the investigation are focusing on the payment of hush money to keep Stormy Daniels quiet about the alleged affair. In August 2018, Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney, pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations, tax evasion, and bank fraud, and admitted to arranging a $130,000 payment to Daniels in order to keep her from speaking publicly about the alleged affair.

This payment is considered a campaign finance violation because it was made during the 2016 presidential election, and was designed to influence the outcome of the campaign. By paying off Daniels, Trump’s campaign effectively prevented her from damaging his campaign by revealing the alleged affair.

Since Cohen’s guilty plea, there has been mounting evidence that Trump was involved in the payments, and this evidence is the basis for the likely criminal charges against him.

In an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Trump was asked directly whether he had an affair with Daniels, to which he responded with a categorical “No”. Trump went on to say that he knew nothing about the payment made to Daniels, and that he was not involved with any hush money.

This is in line with Trump’s previous denials of the affair, which he has vehemently denied since the story first broke in early 2018. However, the evidence against him continues to mount, and it seems increasingly likely that he will face criminal charges in the near future.

This is not the first time that Trump has faced serious allegations of wrongdoing during his presidency. The investigation into his alleged ties to Russia has been ongoing since he took office, and has already resulted in the indictment of several of his associates, including Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn.

Trump has consistently dismissed the Russia investigation as a “witch hunt”, and has denied any involvement in collusion or obstruction of justice. However, the evidence against him continues to pile up, and it seems likely that he will be charged with at least some of these crimes in the coming months.

The prospect of criminal charges against a sitting president is unprecedented in modern times, and it remains to be seen how Trump will react if and when he is formally charged with a crime. He has already shown a willingness to defy convention and challenge the legal system, and there are fears that he may take even more extreme measures to protect himself from prosecution.

Despite this, the investigations into Trump’s wrongdoing are continuing unabated, and it seems increasingly likely that he will face justice for his alleged crimes. The American people are watching closely, and the world is waiting to see how this drama will unfold.

In conclusion, Donald Trump’s denial of the Stormy Daniels affair today is just the latest news in a long line of legal woes facing the embattled president. With criminal charges looming, the political and legal landscape in the United States is poised for a dramatic showdown in the coming months. It remains to be seen what the future holds for Trump, but one thing is clear: the truth will eventually come out, and justice will be done.