President Donald Trump just can’t seem catch a break. His former fixer Michael Cohen chimed in yesterday and spilled the beans to MSNBC. Where Cohen made a disturbing claim about the president.
The New York attorney claimed that Trump will do almost anything to save himself from prison. That even includes sending his own children before himself. Hard to believe but Cohen appears convinced.
He argued, “I believe Trump does go to jail and if it’s not Trump, he’ll push one of the kids, probably Don, Jr. before Ivanka… definitely, Eric before Ivanka, but Ivanka will go to prison before Donald because that’s just who he is.” Could that really be possible?
In addition, “Look, I’m suing Donald Trump right now and the Trump Organization. There is so much litigation that will come.” Reports say the lawsuits are mounting against him now.
Plus Cohen warned, “All of the people who probably aren’t watching the show, the Republicans and the followers of Donald Trump, don’t give him your money so he has a slush fund to use your money to pay for his dirty deeds. I don’t understand what people are thinking.”
Cohen was freed from federal prison in the spring following a three year sentence for campaign finance violations and tax evasion. He also was convicted of lying to Congress. The campaign charges related to hush money paid before 2016’s presidential election to two women, adult film star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal,
As a result of the covid-19 pandemic, he was given an early release. Since then, Cohen authored a tell-all book about Trump. Cohen’s work titled, ‘Disloyal: A Memoir: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump.’ That published back in September.
Michel Cohen also said in recent weeks that Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s current attorney, has been easily manipulated by Moscow because he is “drunk all the time.”
Cohen made the statement while appearing on MSNBC. He stated that the White House had been reportedly warned by U.S. intelligence that Giuliani was susceptible to disinformation from Russia about Trump’s political rival Joe Biden.
The FBI is investigating whether foreign actors were behind emails that were published last week by The New York Post, which purportedly showed Hunter Biden pursuing business deals in China and Ukraine. Reportedly those emails came from Giuliani.
MSNBC host Ari Melber asked Cohen: “Do you think Rudy Giuliani is being used as a tool and a hack of the Russians, whether or not it passes a legal line and do you think that’s wrong?”
“Of course, it’s wrong and the answer is yes,” Cohen replied. “Rudy is being played by the Russians.”
He then added, “He’s 100 percent susceptible to being used by the Russians because… the disinformation, he runs right back to President Trump like a child running to a parent: (saying) ‘Look what I have. Look what I have.'”
Cohen went on to describe how Trump acts like a “mob boss” and that “he’s using his soldier” to try and get dirt on the Biden’s.
“The problem here is that Rudy isn’t a soldier. Rudy is—Rudy is drunk all the time, which is a big problem and that’s what makes him susceptible because his faculties are gone. He behaves crazy.”
Melber then asked Cohen if he was sharing an opinion or if he’d seen Giuliani drink “X amount.”
“I’ve seen him drink to the point like he’s a high school drunk and it makes him susceptible,” Cohen stated.
Giuliani claims that the alleged Hunter Biden emails were obtained legally through a laptop dropped off By Hunter Biden.
Giuliani says the emails are “authentic as hell.”
“Some of those pictures on it can only have come from him, and I’ll tell you why I know it for sure. I have about 10 pieces of confidential information nobody knows except me and Hunter Biden,” Giuliani told the Post on Friday.
Biden supporters aren’t buying Giuliani’s story. Many question the email contents and how they were obtained. Both Facebook and Twitter have flagged the New York Post story as “misinformation” and “stolen information.”
“I think Twitter’s response to the actual article itself makes clear that these purported allegations are false and are not true,” Jamal Brown, Biden’s campaign national press secretary, responded.