Friday, July 27, 2018

Michael Cohen Claims Trump Knew About The Russian Meeting At Trump Tower... In Other Words COLLUSION!


Remember Donald Trump's never ending claims of "no collusion" with the Russians?

Yeah about that.

As it turns Trump's former personal attorney and fixer, Michael Cohen, claims Trump knew in advance about a meeting during the 2016 campaign in which Russians were expected to offer damaging information about Hillary Clinton to help the Trump campaign.

You know, collusion.

This would be the now infamous meeting in Trump Tower  with a group of Russians that was set up by his son Donald Trump Jr. that Donald Trump has steadfastly claims he knew nothing about.

The overnight report alleges that Cohen was not only in the room when Trump was made aware of the meeting with the Russians but that he also heard him sign off on it...

"Cohen alleges that he was present, along with several others, when Trump was informed of the Russians' offer by Trump Jr. By Cohen's account, Trump approved going ahead with the meeting with the Russians,"

The report also claims that Cohen is willing to share that information with special counsel Robert Mueller, who as we all know by now is investigating Russia’s influence operations into the 2016 presidential election.

You know the "witch hunt" of the Russian meddling "hoax" that  Trump refuses to acknowledge.

In an interesting turn Rudy Giuliani, the president’s lawyer and lead attorney on issues related to the Russia inquiry, just happened to drop by CNN as the report about the Trump Tower meeting hit to say that Cohen was “not credible,”  and “bitter” about not landing a job in the Trump administration, adding...

"He's been lying all week, he's been lying for years,"

Speaking about lying for years... If Cohen and the "several others" that were present are willing to testify to all of this not only will it prove that Trump colluded with the Russians and lied about it but it also means that Donald Trump Jr. lied about his father's knowledge of the meeting under oath in front of a Congressional hearing.

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