Cohen Tells All About President Trump

Cohen Tells All About President Trump

Michael Cohen said during his testimony that he never met Russian representatives in Prague. Do you believe him?

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With the 2020 Presidential election not too far off, more and more accusations about President Trump lying have been coming to fruition by Michael Cohen, a former lawyer of President Trump, according to National Public Radio. On that same note, Trump and his current lawyers, as well as other republicans within the House of Representatives, have fired back at Cohen for his character and for his proneness to lie. Cohen is currently facing federal charges of lying to Congress and was accused by Trump himself on Twitter of slandering him in order to receive a reduced prison sentence.

It’s been quite the political circus and for both parties, so it’s hard to tell who’s being truthful and who’s lying. Since Trump was elected to office in 2016, there have been many speculations of him colluding with the Russian government in order to help him gain power in office. His involvement with Russia was documented in Cohen’s testimony in which Cohen stated that Trump told him to tell Congress that negotiations for the Moscow Tower project had come to a halt. For those that don’t know, Trump wanted to build a Trump Tower hotel in Moscow, but the project never came full circle. This had been going on during Trump’s presidential campaign in the early part of 2016. Not only that, but Cohen stated in his testimony that Trump asked for his help when it came to inflating poll results to make it look as if more and more people across the country were supporting him.

Another allegation that Cohen made against Trump was the fact that Trump indeed knew about the 2016 Democratic National Committee email leaks. These emails contained information that stated their preferences and biases of Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination, despite stating they would be objective in their choice. Cohen states in his testimony that Trump received the information about the leaks from his political consultant, Roger Stone, before the emails were leaked to the public.

In a counterattack, Trump and other republicans, as stated earlier, accused Cohen of tax fraud when reporting his taxes to the International Revenue Service (IRS). Another instance of Trump firing back at Cohen is the fact that on Twitter, and in public statements, he’s accused Cohen’s lawyers of asking for a pardon for his three-year federal prison sentence as well as asking for pardons toward his clients involved in the fiasco.

Cohen has vehemently denied these allegations that are coming from the President and stated to Congress on Feb. 27, “I have never asked for, nor would I accept a pardon from President Trump.” He later tweeted out that Trump is still spreading lies and talked about how Trump should use International Women’s Day (the day this tweet was posted) to apologize to women that he’s been accused of sexually harassing which include Playboy model, Karen McDougal, and adult film actress, Stephanie Clifford (Stormy Daniels).

For both men, this controversy has ignited both sides of the political spectrum to constantly question the already tarnished credibility of the two. Cohen has consistently been revealing accusations toward President Trump, however he’s been there stride-for-stride with Cohen in his own allegations towards him. With this image frenzy going on for the past two weeks, there’s no telling what more information could come out from either man’s mouth, or lawyers.

Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

Michael Cohen said during his testimony that he never met Russian representatives in Prague. Do you believe him?

67% Yes
33% No way
70% Yes
30% No way
69% Yes
31% No way


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