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Geoff Diehl: Dual convictions ‘not good news’ for President Trump

Loyal President Trump supporter and GOP U.S. Senate candidate Geoff Diehl yesterday morning called Tuesday’s bombshell dual felony convictions to get the best Trump associates “not good news,” for the White House — but said he still props up the commander in chief.

“Nintendo wii day for your president clearly, yesterday,” the Whitman Republican said in an appearance on Boston Herald Radio. “All at once I believe we’ve been aware of what’s occurring in both cases.”

Diehl, who may be running against longtime GOP operative Beth Lindstrom and Winchester businessman John Kingston for your possiblity to accept Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, sought to downplay the bruising revelations because he heads in the final couple of weeks from the primary race.

“Numerous this is information we’ve been hearing for a long time,” said Diehl, adding that he along with supporters are definitely more concentrated on Trump’s achievements.

“The cost-effective promises he earned are beginning in to the future true,” Diehl said. “I do think those are some of the things people turn to as soon as they elected him but they’re still thinking about that now.”

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted on eight charges of tax evasion Tuesday, during a different case former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to eight counts of tax evasion, bank fraud and campaign finance violations.

Cohen then testified that the president directed hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal in link with the campaign violation convictions.

But Diehl pushed back on Cohen’s claim.

“It’s one man’s word against another,” Diehl said. “He has several charges, bigger thought i would seek to plea himself out and is particularly implicating obama.”

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