Trump Beats Down Former Attorney Michael Cohen With Twitter Rant

Trump Cohen Twitter Rant

Forget waiting for a hearing in front of a judge. In the case of Trump vs. Cohen, the two heavyweights in their fields are duking it out in the court of public opinion. On Thursday, to deflect from the really unprofessional news that he had tape-recorded conversations with clients without their knowing, New York attorney Michael Cohen released the news that President Donald Trump knew all about his son Don Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer (that has now been determined to be some sort of trap). President Trump, whose tweets tend to end up being factual, tweeted out a denial.

The taxi cab crack refers to some scheme Cohen was involved with that had to do with taxi medallions in New York City.

“He even retained Bill and Crooked Hillary’s lawyer. Gee, I wonder if they helped him make the choice!” Trump wrote. 

Trump also attacked Mueller’s team in response to reports it is examining his tweets in order to determine whether he obstructed justice in the Russia investigation.

It always seems to come back to the Mueller investigation, doesn’t it? The hamster wheel to nowhere is what it is looking like these days.

Well, in the end, it looks like Michael Cohen was not exactly the most ethical lawyer on earth, and his former clients aren’t happy that they did not know that he taped conversations with them even if the practice is legal in the state of New York. is he trying to deflect from a scandal of his own making in which President Trump had no participation? That’s his problem.

And to the fake news, it’s been denied very forcefully and publicly, so there is no need to shout questions about it unless they are in relation to Trump suing Cohen for defamation of character. Malice should not be too hard to prove in that case.

The Trump News Gazette

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