Michael Cohen proves it: The president is a crook

The most credible, documented allegations from Cohen were that Trump violated campaign finance law, tax law, and banking law

Michael Cohen.
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Michael Cohen's dramatic testimony before the House Oversight Committee had many riveting moments. In his prepared remarks, Cohen said that then-presidential candidate Donald Trump had sent letters to his former schools and the College Board, threatening them with legal action should they release his transcripts or SAT scores respectively. There was Cohen's testimony detailing Trump's deeply racist beliefs. There was the peculiar scene of Republican congressmen attacking Cohen for committing crimes while employed by their own party leader.

But undoubtedly the key takeaway from Cohen's testimony is this: The president is a crook.

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