BREAKING: Prosecutor Handling Trump's Campaign Manager Case REVEALS Why He...

Florida state attorney David Aronberg, who is the prosecutor who is handling the battery charge leveled at Corey Lewandowski, has revealed why Donald Trump's campaign manager won't be charged at this time.


According to WSVN reporter Brian Entin released a document on Twitter that shows Aronberg finding insufficient evidence to prove that Lewandowski committed a crime when he forcibly escorted former Brietbart reporter Michelle Fields away from Donald Trump during a March 8 event. Fields claims she was roughly grabbed and nearly yanked to the floor.

But after studying video surveillance footage, among other evidence, Aronberg said he has "no reasonable doubt" Lewandowski pulled on Fields' arm but said the gesture was clearly made in defense of Trump and was not reasonable.

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