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House Intelligence Committee Releases Transcripts Of Michael Cohen's Testimony

NPR Monday, 20 May 2019
Michael Cohen told the House Intelligence Committee in March that Jay Sekulow, the president's attorney, suggested Cohen give incorrect testimony to Congress about the Trump Tower project in Moscow.
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Michael Cohen recently revealed something interesting to the House Intelligence Committee. Cohen said Donald Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow knew that he was lying to Congress. President Trump’s former personal lawyer claims Sekulow knew that the Trump Tower Moscow project statement was false....

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