Yes, shifting explanations alone can show pretext. A changing explanation for a firing can serve as evidence of lying. Numerous courts have so held. See, e.g., Henderson v. AT&T Corp., 939 F.Supp. 1326, 1338 (S.D. Tex. 1996); Burton v. Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., 798 F.3d 222, 238-239 (5th Cir. 2015). So, when Pres. Trump

Pres. Trump says he has no no idea why a lawyer representing him paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels. See CBS news report. He was asked if he knew about Michael Cohen’s payment of $130,000 to Stormy. The President answered, “no.” He added the reporter should ask his lawyer, Michael Cohen, about the payment. “Michael

Stormy Daniels signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Michael Cohen. There is a place on the agreement for the signature of “David Dennison,” who is probably Donald Trump. Mr. Dennison/Trump never signed the agreement. The NDA includes a liquidated damages provision. “Liquidated” damages simply means damages would be hard to determine, so the parties agree in