Michael Cohen Flipping on Trump?

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  1. Gabriel Maxwell

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    ABC News is reporting Trump's crooked attorney's attorneys are leaving him, he does not have a replacement lined up and will likely cooperate with the federal authorities. If that's the case, this could be a very bad day for the Orange Scum.

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/trump-law...perate-attorneys-leave-case/story?id=55861988

    UPDATE: He may not have flipped yet, but he's sending a strong signal to Trump he needs help or else... Also, I love Avenatti's response - he knows how to tackle these vile sons of bitches.

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    "He may not have flipped yet..." Of course not. They've been saying this about practically every Trump associate snared by this investigation. But it's always right around the corner.
     
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    Why do people flip? Because all the evidence that will be used to convict them has been shown to them! So if the prosecutors have all the evidence against him that means they Also have the evidence gainst Trump too. So why are they dealing with Cohen and not trump?
     
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    Cohen tells associates legal fees 'bankrupting' him, wants Trump to pay fees: report

    President Trump's former longtime attorney Michael Cohen has told friends that the ongoing legal investigation into his financial dealings and possible campaign finance violations is taking a toll on him, and that he wants Trump to take over the tab.

    The Wall Street Journal reports that Cohen has "frequently" complained that the mounting costs of his legal fees are "bankrupting" him, according to one source, and that he is frustrated that the president, whom he feels owes Cohen for years service, hasn't offered to cover the fees.

    Trump told reporters last week that he hasn't spoken to his former attorney in months, adding that Cohen no longer does any business with him.

    “I always liked Michael Cohen,” he said Friday. “I haven’t spoken to Michael in a long time.”

    “No, he’s not my lawyer anymore, but I always liked Michael. And he’s a good person,” Trump added.

    Cohen is under investigation for potentially breaking campaign finance laws related to his $130,000 nondisclosure payment to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, which was made just weeks before the 2016 election. He is also under investigation for bank fraud, according to The Washington Post.

    Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, says the payment was for an affair she had with Trump in 2006. She is suing Cohen to void the agreement, as well as both Cohen and Trump for defamation over denying her claims.

    FBI agents raided his home, office, and safety deposit boxes earlier this year after a referral from Robert Mueller's office of the special counsel, which is investigating alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.

    The raids were blasted at the time by Trump and his allies, who called the move a violation of attorney-client privilege. Cohen has not yet been charged with a crime, but ABC News reports he may soon lose his representation and begin cooperating with investigators.

    Cohen tells associates legal fees 'bankrupting' him, wants Trump to pay fees: report - The Hill https://apple.news/AnYQcE8kBS0K0_m4rSz-qYQ
     
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