After Gloria Allred and Boston Globe won the request to unseal complete transcripts of Mitt Romney's testimony in the divorce trial for Staples founder Tom Stemberg's divorce trial, the documents have been posted.
Donald Trump's "October Surprise" turned out to be a bombshell that went bust, but Gloria Allred's just received a big thumbs up. Allred's "October Surprise" was an announcement that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney lied during his testimony in a Boston divorce trial. She went to a Boston court to request the release of the trial's court documents proving Romney lied while sworn under oath. On Thursday, Oct. 25. Allred's legal request was granted.
The "October Surprises" on Wednesday has made Oct. 24 quite eventful for the presidential candidates. Donald Trump and famed attorney Gloria Allred had a fierce competition to see who would drop the biggest news bomb that relates to the election.Trump, a renowned Republican who is Team Romney, made an announcement via Twitter and Facebook at 12 p.m. EST. As assumed, it was related to President Obama's past. Meanwhile, Allred is spending October Surprise Day in a Boston court to request the removal of a gag order that would unseal court documents proving Romney lied under oath during a sworn testimony, according to a report.
The "October Surprise" announced by Donald Trump and famed attorney Gloria Allred has unveiled plots by the attention-seeking stars to gathering evidence to support their political party. Allred arrived in a Boston court today to request the removal of a gag order to unseal court documents that prove that presidential candidate Mitt Romney lied under oath during a sworn testimony. The release of the documents could potentially harm Romney's campaign as Election Day nears on Nov.Donald Trump has revealed his very own "October Surprise" Wednesday, Oct.24. As assumed, it was related to President Obama's past.