Michael Cohen Will Reportedly ‘Pull the Curtain Back’ on Trump’s Crimes
Thursday, 21 February 2019 () Michael Cohen, President Trump’s embattled former lawyer and fixer, was set to testify before Congress on February 7th. Then, late last month, he backed out, citing fear over threats from his former boss. A day after Cohen reconsidered voluntarily appearing before Congress, the Senate Intelligence Committee left him with no choice, issuing a subpoena that effectively forced him to testify. He’ll do so next week. A lot. On Tuesday, Cohen will sit down for a private session with the Senate Intelligence Committee. On Wednesday, he’ll appear publicly...
Attorney Michael Avenatti is no longer representing Stormy Daniels. Shortly after Daniels announced new representation in a tweet, Avenatti shared a statement that said the decision to break ties was..
During a press briefing Monday, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders repeated that President Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, lied last month when he told Congress that he never asked..
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, who has since turned against him and pleaded guilty to multiple crimes, had... Reuters Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBS News
House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler said that during a private meeting on Capitol Hill, former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker "did not... USATODAY.com Also reported by •Mediaite