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Trump says Cohen represented him in "Stormy Daniels deal"

Trump says Cohen represented him in

Trump says Cohen represented him in "Stormy Daniels deal"

If Trump was any other client, his lawyers would be arguing for "diminished capacity" by now.

The first idiot bombshell was about the Stormy Daniels case. During the raid, records were collected about gag orders Cohen produced for Trump during the 2016 election against porn star Stormy Daniels and other women. That always sounded like a lie, and Trump admitted as much this morning.

Philip Rucker tweeted "Trump acknowledged that Michael Cohen represented him 'with this insane Stormy Daniels thing, ' but then the call went out so you couldn't hear what else he said on Fox & Friends". "He represented me, and you know, from what I see, he did absolutely nothing wrong. There were no campaign funds going in".

With Mr Comey, the Federal Bureau of Investigation director fired amid the chaos of Mr Trump's first few months in the White House, Mr Trump reiterated his assertion: "I did a great thing for the American people by firing him".

That payment appears to be front-and-center in not only the civil litigation brought forth by Daniels against Cohen, but in a criminal investigation of the longtime Trump attorney. The key issue here is that the Cohen "acting alone" farce is now exposed.

The government has already begun uploading the documents and data in electronic form and will give access to both the special master and Cohen's legal team, for both of them to begin separately determining which documents they believe to be privileged. Mr. Trump warned that Tester going to have a "big price to pay for this" and was adamant there was no proof of the allegations against Jackson.

Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti called the admission a "gift from the heavens".

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On Thursday, lawyers representing Trump will be in court to explain how they plan to quickly and efficiently review documents seized from Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer, in order to identify those protected by attorney-client privilege. "Michael is a businessman". A report from the New York Daily News also noted that the interview took place on First Lady Melania Trump's 48th birthday, with Trump starting off by saying that he was too busy to buy presents for his wife, thus his decision to get her a "beautiful" card and flowers instead. He also insisted that the refusal by Democrats to turn DNC server information over to law enforcement made it more likely that Democrats were colluding with Russian Federation.

He said the investigation "doesn't have to do with me" and "they're looking at something having to do with his business".

"I don't know his business, but it doesn't have to do with me", he added, sweeping aside their decades old relationship.

Trump described Cohen as one of many members of his legal network.

'If I ever called for a rally in Washington D.C., we'd have millions of people coming into Washington 'cause they love what's happening, ' Trump said.

Those were the two legal arguments Trump actively destroyed today.

The prosecutors' speedy incorporation of Trump's Fox interview into legal documents provided a vivid illustration of the strategic downsides of the president's media interviews and off-the-cuff remarks and tweets - and why lawyers urge their clients to limit public commentary about ongoing legal matters.

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